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Conversations with Gorbachev: On Perestroika, the Prague Spring and the Crossroads of Socialism Paperback – 16 Dec 2003


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"This books reminds us of [Gorbachev's] accidental greatness and his greatness of character.... It reveals an argumentative, insightful and tenacious political frienship which did not end in betrayal." -- John Lloyd, "Times Literary Supplement"

"A significant historical document..." -- "Journal of Democracy"

"A timely and important book... An unusually candid and revealing dialogue between Gorbachev and Zdenek Mlynar." -- Robert D. English, "The Nation"

"An extraordinary transcription (and translation) of three blunt and probing conversations during the early 1990s between two old friends." -- "Booklist"

"Gorbachev adds enough beyond what he has already written to offer valuable insight to his intellectual evolution, down to and including his conception of socialism." -- "Foreign Affairs"

"This books reminds us of ÝGorbachev's¨ accidental greatness and his greatness of character.... It reveals an argumentative, insightful and tenacious political frienship which did not end in betrayal." -- John Lloyd, "Times Literary Supplement"

"A significant historical document..." -- Journal of Democracy

"A timely and important book... An unusually candid and revealing dialogue between Gorbachev and Zdenek Mlynar." -- Robert D. English, The Nation

"An extraordinary transcription (and translation) of three blunt and probing conversations during the early 1990s between two old friends." -- Booklist

"Gorbachev adds enough beyond what he has already written to offer valuable insight to his intellectual evolution, down to and including his conception of socialism." -- Foreign Affairs

"This books reminds us of [Gorbachev's] accidental greatness and his greatness of character.... It reveals an argumentative, insightful and tenacious political frienship which did not end in betrayal." -- John Lloyd, Times Literary Supplement

"A significant historical document..." -- "Journal of Democracy"

"A timely and important book... An unusually candid and revealing dialogue between Gorbachev and Zdenek Mlynar." -- Robert D. English, "The Nation"

"An extraordinary transcription (and translation) of three blunt and probing conversations during the early 1990s between two old friends." -- "Booklist"

"Gorbachev adds enough beyond what he has already written to offer valuable insight to his intellectual evolution, down to and including his conception of socialism." -- "Foreign Affairs"

"This books reminds us of [Gorbachev's] accidental greatness and his greatness of character.... It reveals an argumentative, insightful and tenacious political frienship which did not end in betrayal." -- John Lloyd, "Times Literary Supplement"

A timely and important book... An unusually candid and revealing dialogue between Gorbachev and Zdenek Mlynar.--Robert D. English "The Nation "

This books reminds us of [Gorbachev's] accidental greatness and his greatness of character.... It reveals an argumentative, insightful and tenacious political frienship which did not end in betrayal.--John Lloyd "Times Literary Supplement "

About the Author

Mikhail Gorbachev, secretary general of the Soviet Union, 1985-1991, now heads the Gorbachev Foundation in Moscow and lectures widely around the world. His most recent book is Gorbachev: On My Country and the World. The late Zdenek Mlynar (1931-1997) was a leader of the Prague Spring of 1968 and a prominent member of the Czech dissident movement. His son, Vladimir, is the current minister without portfolio of the Czech Republic.


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