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Interest Groups in Soviet Politics

Harold Gordon Skilling (Hrsg.), Franklyn Griffiths (Hrsg.)

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It is now generally agreed that since Stalin's death there has been a definite broadening of group participation in policy formation and implementation. The contributors to this volume analyze seven elite political interest groups at the upper and middle levels of the Soviet social structure.

Originally published in 1971.

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