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The Revolution In Soviet Ideology And Foreign Policy Steven Kull. Burying Lenin The Revolution in Soviet Ideology and Foreign Policy Steven Kull Burying Lenin Burying Lenin The Revolution in Soviet Ideology and. Front Cover.

Author: Pamela D Elkind-savatsky

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429710575

Category: History

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2019-03-04 By Pamela D Elkind-savatsky

As early as 1989, liberal intellectuals had publicly called for burying Lenin as an act of Christian decency and common ... Communists, however, justified Lenin's placement in an underground chamber in the mausoleum on Red Square as an ...

Author: Kathleen E. Smith

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 9781501717963

Category: Political Science

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After the collapse of Communist rule in 1991, those loyal to the old regime tried to salvage their political dreams by rejecting some aspects of their history and embracing others. Yeltsin and the democrats, although initially hesitant to rely on the patriotic mythmaking they associated with Communist propaganda, also turned to the national past in times of crisis, realizing they needed not only to create new institutions, but also to encourage popular support for them. Kathleen E. Smith examines the use of collective memories in Russian politics during the Yeltsin years, surveying the various issues that became battlegrounds for contending notions of what it means to be Russian. Both the new establishment and its opponents have struggled to shape versions of past events into symbolic political capital. What parts of the Communist past, Smith asks, have proved useful for interpreting political options? Which versions of their history have Russians chosen to cling to, and which Soviet memories have they deliberately tried to forget? What symbols do they hold up as truly Russian? Which will help define the attitudes shaping Russian policy for decades to come? Smith illustrates the potency of memory debates across a broad range of fields—law, politics, art, and architecture. Her case studies include the changing interpretations of the attempted coups of 1991 and 1993, the recasting of the holiday calendar, the controversy over the national anthem, the status of "trophy art" brought to Russia at the end of World War II, and the partisan use of historical symbols in elections.
2018-05-31 By Kathleen E. Smith

Based on interviews with Soviet policymakers, and careful reading of the public record, political psychologist Kull traces the process by iwhich Soviet elites realized nd accepted the failure of Leninist thought.

Author: Steven Kull

Publisher: Westview Press

ISBN: UOM:39015025144430

Category: History

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Based on interviews with Soviet policymakers, and careful reading of the public record, political psychologist Kull traces the process by iwhich Soviet elites realized nd accepted the failure of Leninist thought. He also surveys new thinking, much of which is not known in the West. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
1992-05-13 By Steven Kull

Lenin meanwhile still lay in the Mausoleum and some at least still went to revere him there. ... Burying Lenin would be tantamount to burying Leninism, a guardian of the shrine protested;60 but that of course was precisely what the ...

Author: J. Gooding

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781403913876

Category: History

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This book asks three fundamental questions about the socialist experiment in twentieth-century Russia: How did Marxist ideas come to be implemented in Russia, a country entirely unsuited to them? Why did the experiment lead to such suffering and upheaval and prove so fruitless? And why did the attempt to return to a proper Marxism/Leninism bring about the rapid collapse of the experiment. In its answers, this book pays special attention to the shadow cast by Lenin throughout the entire Soviet era.
2001-12-03 By J. Gooding

He tried again in 1997 to have Lenin buried. Vladimir Putin, on the other hand, has not tried to remove or bury Lenin. ... He noted that burying Lenin would mean that they 'had lived in vain' (Putin quoted in Heintz 2005).

Author: Siobhan Kattago

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429656125

Category: Social Science

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Encountering the Past within the Present: Modern Experiences of Time examines different encounters with the past from within the present – whether as commemoration, nostalgia, silence, ghostly haunting or combinations thereof. Taking its cue from Hannah Arendt’s definition of the present as a time span lying between past and future, the author reflects on the old philosophical question of how to live the good life – not only with others who are physically with us but also with those whose presence is ghostly and liminal. While tradition may no longer command the same authority as it did in antiquity or the middle ages, individuals are by no means severed from the past. Rather, nostalgic longing for bygone times and traumatic preoccupation with painful historical events demonstrate the vitality of the past within the present. Divided into three parts, chapters examine ways in which the legacies of World War II, the Holocaust and communism have been remembered after 1945 and 1989. Maintaining a sustained reflection on the nexus of memory, modernity and time in tandem with ancient questions of responsibility for one another and the world, the volume contributes to the growing field of memory studies from a philosophical perspective. As such, it will appeal to scholars of sociology, social theory and philosophy with interests in collective memory and heritage.
2019-12-20 By Siobhan Kattago

3, 1988; R. Medvedev, Let History Judge, new, enlarged edition (New York, 1989); Y. G. Plimak, Lenin's Political Testament ... V. Shostovsky, former rector of the Moscow CPSU Committee Party High School, quoted in S. Kull, Burying Lenin ...

Author: Beryl Williams

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317874485

Category: History

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Drawing on the flood of new material to emerge from Russian and Western sources in recent years, Beryl Williams focuses on Lenin's years in power and provides first-rate introduction to the life, ideology and impact of one of the formative figures of the 20th-century. Within an overall chronological framework, Williams examines topics such as cultural revolution, foreign policy and expansion. As well as being an examination of Lenin’s life and work, this is an up-to-date evaluation of recent historiographical debates and literature in the context of the period.
2014-06-17 By Beryl Williams

Dateline. Moscow: Burying. Lenin. Steven Kull As declarations of the Cold War's end become commonplace and the United States moves toward greater economic cooperation with the Soviet Union, some Americans still feel uneasy.

Author: Andrei Bochkarev

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000306828

Category: History

Page: 412

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As the Cold War draws to a close, new issues inevitably have begun to surface in U.S.-Soviet relations. This reader brings together Soviet and U.S. perspectives on the broad range of challenges that both nations now face. Within the context of a "debate" format that presents parallel U.S. and Soviet views, these timely readings illustrate areas of cooperation and conflict and weigh policy similarities and differences. Topics covered include Soviet-U.S. relations after the Cold War, military and national security debates, and the changing international economic environment. The selections also consider the impact that the evolving Soviet-U.S. interaction is having on the "new" Europe and the developing world. The volume concludes by considering the direction the superpower relationship may take in the future. Students of Soviet and U.S. foreign policy will find this text invaluable in unraveling the complexities of U.S.-Soviet relations.
2019-07-11 By Andrei Bochkarev

111 We are burying Lenin . The world's greatest genius has left us . This giant of thought , of will , of work has died . Hundreds of millions of workers , peasants , and colonial slaves mourn the death of the mighty leader .

Author: Nina Tumarkin

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674524314

Category: Political Science

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Was the deification of Lenin a show of spontaneous affection, or a planned political operation designed to solidify the revolution with the masses? This book aims to provide the answer. Exploring the cults mystical, historical, and political aspects, the book attempts to demonstrate the galvanizing power of ritual in the establishment of the postrevolutionary regime. In a new section the author includes the fall of the Soviet Union and Russia's new democracy.
1997 By Nina Tumarkin

Lenin's widow had begged the Communist leadership to bury him rather than enshrining him. Krupskaya had visited the mausoleum less than once a year to spare herself the emotional upset it caused. On her last visit to the tomb in ¡938, ...

Author: Christine Quigley

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476613734

Category: Social Science

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For many, a mummy is an Egyptian pharaoh, wrapped in cloth, found thousands of years later in a pyramid by archaeologists. But mummies need not be ancient. Modern-day mummies can be found under glass in special tombs built in their honor, in private collections where they have come to rest after decades on the carnival circuit, in dissecting rooms of medical schools, and in the basements of funeral homes waiting for decades to be claimed by the next of kin. Stories about the famous (Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, Ho Chi Minh, Eva Peron) and the not-so-famous (Leslie Hansell wanted her body mummified to bask in the sun rather than being buried in the cold ground) mummies are told here in great detail, along with a broader look at the history and process of mummification. The book includes a comprehensive study of the successful prolonged preservation of the human body, and delves into the law and science of modern mummification.
2015-09-17 By Christine Quigley

Chivers, C. J. “Russia Weighs What to Do with Lenin's Body.” New York Times, October 5, 2005. http://www.nytimes.com/2005/10/05 /international/europe/05lenin.html. Harrigan, Steve. “Yeltsin Vows to Bury Lenin Once and for All.” CNN.com, ...

Author: Bess Lovejoy

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781451655001

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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A “marvelously macabre” (Kirkus Reviews) history of the bizarre afterlives of corpses of the celebrated and notorious dead. For some of the most influential figures in history, death marked the start of a new adventure. The famous deceased have been stolen, burned, sold, pickled, frozen, stuffed, impersonated, and even filed away in a lawyer’s office. Their fingers, teeth, toes, arms, legs, skulls, hearts, lungs, and nether regions have embarked on voyages that crisscross the globe and stretch the imagination. Counterfeiters tried to steal Lincoln’s corpse. Einstein’s brain went on a cross-country road trip. And after Lord Horatio Nelson perished at Trafalgar, his sailors submerged him in brandy—which they drank. From Alexander the Great to Elvis Presley, and from Beethoven to Dorothy Parker, Rest in Pieces connects the lives of the famous dead to the hilarious and horrifying adventures of their corpses, and traces the evolution of cultural attitudes toward death.
2016-01-05 By Bess Lovejoy