By David Hoffmann
- A selection of essays on Stalinism by way of either eminent and more youthful scholars.
- Discusses either the origins and effects of Stalinism.
- Provides an outline of the debates for college kids new to the subject.
- Includes the result of learn within the newly opened Russian archives.
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Stalinism: The Essential Readings (Blackwell Essential Readings in History) by David Hoffmann