by Peter Rutland IT WAS WIDELY ACKNOWLEDGED THAT ethnicity played a decisive role in undermining the socialist states of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Opposition forces in Eastern Europe and in the non-Russian republics of the USSR mobilized mass support by arguing that the socialist regimes represented an alien power and were violating […]

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