Russian workers are being forced to adapt to market pressures, but Soviet-era paternalistic practices are slow to disappear by PENNY MORVANT and PETER RUTLAND ORGANIZED LABOR PLAYED AN IMPORtant role in toppling socialist states, from the coal mines of Siberia to the shipyards of Gdansk. In an atomized and alienated society, the spontaneous upsurge of […]

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