Presidium of the Supreme Soviet

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  • Women In The Soviet Union Lapidus Analysis

    No other author like Gail Warshofsky Lapidus has written about Soviet women as she has. In one of her many books, Women, Work, and Family in the Soviet Union Lapidus claims that the irreplaceable role of Soviet women in both production and reproduction made it virtually certain that the questions of women’s work and household duties were central issues on the Soviet political agenda during the late 1960s. Once the male population started to rise again, and return to the labor force the government was faced with the question of whether to keep women working or encourage them back into the boundaries of their, homes and continue their traditional roles as mothers and wives. The government was fully aware that women constituted a good portion…

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  • Mikhail Gorbachev: Democracy Is The Worst Form Of Democracy

    Once Winston Churchill said “Democracy is the worst form of government, except for all the others. “ In late 80s of the past decade, when the concepts of communism was changing to democracy, new leaders with new ideas came to power. The last president of Soviet Union was Mikhail Gorbachev. As a member of new and modern generation, his agenda was to make some reforms to communism party. These ideas were to modernize the communist party and the way the government works. The policy of…

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