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Social development of Soviet society

YuriД­ Evgen"evich Volkov

Social development of Soviet society

problems and prospects

by YuriД­ Evgen"evich Volkov

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Published by Progress in Moscow .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Translation of "Sotsial"noe razvitie sovetskogo obshchestva: problemy, perspektivy".

StatementYuri Volkov.
SeriesPractice, problems and prospects of socialism
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22826508M

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