CAN CAPITALISM SAVE PERESTROIKA? While the party fiddles and the economy disintegrates, a new group of Soviet entrepreneurs insists that private property and free markets are the only hope

Kirkland, Jr., Richard I.; Hofheinz, Paul; Yang, Hsiao-hui
July 1990
Fortune;7/30/1990, Vol. 122 Issue 3, p137
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