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Nicholas P. Vakar • 4 Items / 3 Books, 1 Review
The Taproot of Soviet Society (1962)
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  1. Books and the Arts
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    Peasants in Power (Review)
    The Taproot of Soviet Society, by Nicholas P. Vakar
    1. The Taproot of Soviet Society by Nicholas P. Vakar
    The Nation, April 28, 1962, pp. 382-383
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    Atavistic Shadows (Review)
    The Taproot of Soviet Society, by Nicholas P. Vakar
    1. The Taproot of Soviet Society by Nicholas P. Vakar
    The Saturday Review, June 16, 1962, p. 43
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    The Peasant as Prime Mover (Review)
    The Taproot of Soviet Society, by Nicholas P. Vakar
    1. The Taproot of Soviet Society by Nicholas P. Vakar
    Survey, October 1963, pp. 171-172
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    Eternal Russia (4 Reviews)
    Russia Under Khrushchev, by Alexander Werth
    1. Russia Under Khrushchev by Alexander Werth
    2. Evolution of Soviet Society by Damodara Kurup
    3. Soviet Man and His World by Klaus Mehnert
    4. The Taproot of Soviet Society by Nicholas P. Vakar
    Problems of Communism, July 1962, pp. 34-36
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    Recent Books on International Relations (10 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
    1. Moscow Journal: The End of Stalin by Harrison E. Salisbury
    2. The Russian Provisional Government, 1917 by Robert P. Browder and Alexander F. Kerensky
    3. The Taproot of Soviet Society by Nicholas P. Vakar
    4. Stormy Passage by Wladimir S. Woytinsky
    5. Russian Bolshevism by Iurii Boiko
    6. The Real National Income of Soviet Russia Since 1928 by Abram Bergson
    7. The Soviet Economy: An Introduction by Alec Nove
    8. Russia Forty Years On by M. Philips Price
    9. The Unexpected Revolution by Paul Kecskemeti
    10. Genocide in Satellite Croatia, 1941-1945 by Edmond Paris
    Foreign Affairs, April 1962, pp. 503-504