Contrary to the impression given by most writing on the subject, recent economic changes have brought most Muscovites neither affluence nor destitution. “Ordinary” people have found a variety of ways of adapting to such pressures as rising prices – some do without, some pool their resources, some juggle multiple jobs. Interviews with a sampling of […]

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