HD8526.5 .P42 1979
How do ordinary Russians live? A simple question, but the answer has been obscured by a smokescreen of propaganda - theirs and ours. This unique and compelling exploration of life in the largest nation on earth will shatter many preconceived ideas about the Soviet Union.
Shows how the lives of working Russians are governed by the Director, the Party Secretary, and the Trade Union Chairman in any enterprise. Visits a coal mine in the Ukraine, a washing enterprise in Siberia, and a refrigerator factory in Minsk to point out the intertwining of work and private lives.
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