National Liberation

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National Liberation

By R. Ulyanovsky
Progress, 1978
397 pp.

Ulyanovsky's voice has been an influential one in explaining Soviet Third World policy, and probably also in contributing ideological content to that policy. In this series of essays general and specific (the latter on India, Burma and Africa), Western readers have a useful text on Leninist theory and Soviet practice, both by definition "correct," but no key to Soviet motivation or policy in any given case.

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