21 March 1997 The 1996 International Social Justice Project survey found interesting differences along ethnic lines in Estonia. Estonians and ethnic Russians have different perceptions about current and past social standing and economic well-being, as well as differences in employment status. In 1996, ethnic Russians were somewhat more dissatisfied with the standard of living than […]

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