Studying mass culture, as it existed before the transition and as it exists today, kelps explain why the population of the Soviet Union was eager to embrace reforms – and why, a few years later, nostalgia for the Soviet era became widespread by ELENA CHINYAEVA SOVIET CULTURE WAS PRESSED INTO A seemingly simple bipolar framework. […]

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