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The Soviet Union Since the Fall of Khrushchev
The Soviet Union Since the Fall of Khrushchev
Edited by Archie Brown and Michael Kaser
Free Press, 1976, 284 pp.

Well-balanced essays by a group of Britain's best-known experts on the U.S.S.R. Writing ostensibly for the general reader, they give their cautious and carefully defined judgments on the Brezhnev regime with an eye over the shoulder to the critical views of their fellow experts.