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From here to democracy

Author: Alan Clements; Nicola Black; British Broadcasting Corporation.
Publisher: London : BBC, ©1992.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : PAL color broadcast system : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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A series that looks at the transformation of the former Soviet Union from a communist to a free market economy. It outlines how the former Soviet republics were broken up into new nations. Vol. 1 examines how the communist regime worked, how Gorbachev tried to reform Russia via Perestroika and the eventual rise of Boris Yeltsin. Vol. 2 asks how successful will the former Soviet Union be in changing from Marx  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Alan Clements; Nicola Black; British Broadcasting Corporation.
OCLC Number: 223506918
Notes: A Wark Clements & Company Production for BBC.
Credits: Presenter, Kirsty Wark ; producer, Alan Clements ; director, Nicola Black.
Description: 5 videocassettes (VHS PAL) (ca. 20 min. ea.) : sd., col., with b&w sequences ; 1/2 in.
Contents: v. 1 Party's over --
v. 2 From Marx to McDonalds --
v. 3 Shattered union --
v. 4 From communism to capitalism --
v. 5 Chance to dance.

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A series that looks at the transformation of the former Soviet Union from a communist to a free market economy. It outlines how the former Soviet republics were broken up into new nations. Vol. 1 examines how the communist regime worked, how Gorbachev tried to reform Russia via Perestroika and the eventual rise of Boris Yeltsin. Vol. 2 asks how successful will the former Soviet Union be in changing from Marx philosophy to multinational capitalism? Vol. 3 looks at ethnic tension especially in Kazakhstan. Vol. 4 focuses on the economic conditions in the Ukraine. Vol. 5 looks at the youth of the former Soviet Union and their social conditions.

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