Letter from Moscow

Remnick, D.
March 1992
New Yorker;3/23/92, Vol. 68 Issue 5, p65
Discusses the recent transition of power and ideology from departed Soviet Union General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev to Russian President Borin N. Yeltsin and how it is viewed by the West and the Russian people. The Communist Party realized its financial situation was bad; Karpinsky's 1960s generation of intellectual idealists gave way to the Tretyakov generation; Genuine democracy is only now in the making; Economic reform remains a distant hope; More.


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