RETHINKING THE STALINIST SUBJECT
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SeriesJAHRBICHER FUR GESHICHTE OSTEUROPAS, 44 # 3, 1996, P456-463
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Open LibraryOL20265128M

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  Totalitarianism, as the common ideological trajectory of Nazism and Stalinism, is dissected as a synthesis of three modernist intellectual currents which . In this wide-ranging and provocative book, Stephen F. Cohen cuts through Cold War stereotypes of the Soviet Union to arrive at fresh interpretations of that country's traumatic history and its present-day political realities. Cohen's lucidly written, revisionist analysis reopens an array of major historical questions. As he probes Soviet history, society, and politics, Cohen demonstrates how.   In its final draft, by now the work of many hands, the speech contained multiple views of the Stalinist past and of the discussions of Stalinism that it should generate among its listeners. When the Secret Speech's audience engaged in all these forms of discussion, as well as others unanticipated by the party leadership, Price: $ Halfin, Igal and J. Hellbeck, ‘Rethinking the Stalinist Subject: Stephen Kotkin’s ‘Magnetic Mountain’ and the State of Soviet Historical Studies,’ Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas, 44 (), pp.