By John S. Reshetar Jr.
Whereas now not having fun with really the literary benefits or richness of Leonard Schapiro's fresh ebook at the comparable topic (noted right here July 1960), it is a very capable and well-grounded remedy of the tangled and tough heritage of the C.P.S.U.
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A Concise History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union by John S. Reshetar Jr.