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The Resource Darkness at dawn : the rise of the Russian criminal state, David Satter, (electronic resource)

Darkness at dawn : the rise of the Russian criminal state, David Satter, (electronic resource)

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Darkness at dawn : the rise of the Russian criminal state
Title
Darkness at dawn
Title remainder
the rise of the Russian criminal state
Statement of responsibility
David Satter
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Subject
Language
eng
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CaPaEBR
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1947-
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Satter, David
Dewey number
364.1/06/0947
LC call number
HV6453.R8
LC item number
S27 2003eb
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ebrary, Inc
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  • Organized crime
  • Russia (Federation)
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"This book tells the story of reform in Russia through the real experiences of individual citizens. Describing in detail the birth of a new era of repression, David Satter analyzes the changes that have swept Russia and their effect on Russia's age-old way of thinking." "Through the stories of people at all levels of Russian society, Satter shows the contrast during the reform period between the desperation of the many and the insatiability of the few. With insights derived from more than twenty years of writing and reporting on Russia, he considers why the individual human being there has historically counted for so little. And he offers an illuminating analysis of how Russia's post-Soviet fate was decided when a new morality failed to fill the vast moral vacuum that communism left in its wake."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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Darkness at dawn : the rise of the Russian criminal state, David Satter, (electronic resource)
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-302) and index
Contents
  • The Kursk -- Ryazan -- The young reformers -- The history of reform -- The gold seekers -- The workers -- Law enforcement -- Organized crime -- Ulyanovsk -- Vladivostok -- Krasnoyarsk -- The value of human life -- The criminalization of consciousness -- Conclusion : does Russia have a future?
  • The Kursk -- Ryazan -- The young reformers -- The history of reform -- The gold seekers -- The workers -- Law enforcement -- Organized crime -- Ulyanovsk -- Vladivostok -- Krasnoyarsk -- The value of human life -- The criminalization of consciousness -- Conclusion : does Russia have a future?
  • The Kursk -- Ryazan -- The young reformers -- The history of reform -- The gold seekers -- The workers -- Law enforcement -- Organized crime -- Ulyanovsk -- Vladivostok -- Krasnoyarsk -- The value of human life -- The criminalization of consciousness -- Conclusion : does Russia have a future?
  • The Kursk -- Ryazan -- The young reformers -- The history of reform -- The gold seekers -- The workers -- Law enforcement -- Organized crime -- Ulyanovsk -- Vladivostok -- Krasnoyarsk -- The value of human life -- The criminalization of consciousness -- Conclusion : does Russia have a future?
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000134902
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unknown
Isbn
9780300098921
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000134902
Label
Darkness at dawn : the rise of the Russian criminal state, David Satter, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-302) and index
Contents
  • The Kursk -- Ryazan -- The young reformers -- The history of reform -- The gold seekers -- The workers -- Law enforcement -- Organized crime -- Ulyanovsk -- Vladivostok -- Krasnoyarsk -- The value of human life -- The criminalization of consciousness -- Conclusion : does Russia have a future?
  • The Kursk -- Ryazan -- The young reformers -- The history of reform -- The gold seekers -- The workers -- Law enforcement -- Organized crime -- Ulyanovsk -- Vladivostok -- Krasnoyarsk -- The value of human life -- The criminalization of consciousness -- Conclusion : does Russia have a future?
  • The Kursk -- Ryazan -- The young reformers -- The history of reform -- The gold seekers -- The workers -- Law enforcement -- Organized crime -- Ulyanovsk -- Vladivostok -- Krasnoyarsk -- The value of human life -- The criminalization of consciousness -- Conclusion : does Russia have a future?
  • The Kursk -- Ryazan -- The young reformers -- The history of reform -- The gold seekers -- The workers -- Law enforcement -- Organized crime -- Ulyanovsk -- Vladivostok -- Krasnoyarsk -- The value of human life -- The criminalization of consciousness -- Conclusion : does Russia have a future?
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000134902
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780300098921
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000134902

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