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Stalinism and the Politics of Mobilization: Ideas, Power, and Terror in Inter-War Russia Hardcover – 1 Mar 2007


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This book's careful and intelligent discussion of key issues in the existing historiography ... is extremely well done, offers highly interesting new perspectives...an original and challenging interpretation of the Stalinist Terror. (Miriam Dobson The English Historical Review)

David Priestland's book is a contribution to the academic study of the history of the USSR, and in particular the origins of the 1930s terror. It is distinguished by the attempt to take seriously the political ideas of the Stalinists and their connection to, and partial divergence from, the ideas of the Bolsheviks after the revolution. It is this, as well as the wealth of documentation on the book-especially of political turns within the regime-that makes it worth reading. (Mike Macnair, Weekly Worker, issue 736)

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