Reinventing Russia

the formation of a post-Soviet identity
  • 95 Pages
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University Press of America , Lanham
Group identity, Economic condi
StatementPeter J. Piveronus, Jr
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC340.12 .P58 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 95 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26916021M
ISBN 100761845801
ISBN 139780761845805
LC Control Number2009922986
OCLC/WorldCa316827781

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Reinventing Russia provides us with a vivid portrayal of the politics behind the rise of Russian nationalism in post-Stalinist Russia. It is a finely detailed study of not only the relationship of political authority to the spread of nationalist ideas, but also reciprocally of the role played by these ideas in shaping the political.

-- Todd Lee History In his excellent book Reinventing Russia: Russian Nationalism and the Soviet State,historian Yitzhak Brudny demonstrates how post-Stalinist Soviet leaders used nationalism to fill the ideological gaps left by Marxism-Leninism, which was losing its power to inspire the population/5(8).

His book is important both for the fresh light it throws on that period and as essential context for interpreting the debates on nationhood and statehood which rage in Russia today.–Archie Brown, University of Oxford Reinventing Russia provides us with a vivid portrayal of the politics behind the rise of Russian nationalism in post-Stalinist.

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