Union organizers in Russia have so far failed to rally workers into a Western-style labor movement. But Russian workers are far from cynical and passive, this American professor argues. Rather, they are crippled by legacies of the Soviet past and peculiar features of the post-Soviet system by Paul T. Christensen ON 27 March, a national […]

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