From the Yaroslavsky Station: Russia Perceived

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From the Yaroslavsky Station: Russia Perceived

By Elizabeth Pond
Universe Books, 1981
296 pp. $12.95

An American journalist, after a two-year assignment in Moscow, combines travel notes on European Russia and Siberia with reflections on Soviet politics and society: leadership, the economy, nationalities, intellectual life and more. Written with both verve and good sense.

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