Gorbachev and Yeltsin as leaders George W. Breslauer.
George W. BreslauerBook
Russia under Yeltsin and Putin : neo-liberal autocracy / Boris Kagarlitsky.
London : Pluto Press
The inevitable reaction -- The Russian intelligentsia between 'Westernism' and 'Patriotism' -- The rise of the Yeltsin regime -- Word and deed -- The corporatist model and social conflict -- The post-Soviet left -- The road to default -- The twilight of the 'Second Republic' -- The drift to the left (1998-99) -- The war of the Kremlin succession -- The Putin regime.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
vi, 303 pages
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