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Product NameEveryday Stalinism: Ordinary Life In Extraordinary Times: Soviet Russia In The 1930s
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AuthorSheila Fitzpatrick
Page Count312
Long DescriptionThis tumultuous decade is known for the Great Depression and the New Deal programs that helped to end the depression. Chapters discuss these subjects as well as the golden age of radio, gangsters and crime, labor disputes and events of the time such as the Lindbergh kidnapping.
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