Underrepresented in positions of power and overrepresented in low-paying jobs, women in Russia are still far from attaining equality with men. Economic necessity means that many women have little choice but to play the multiple roles they first acquired in the Soviet era by PENNY MORVANT IN THEORY, WOMEN IN THE SOVIET UNION enjoyed full […]

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