Overview: The Crisis of Communism 1953-2000

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  • The Crisis of Communism 1953-2000
    • Years of Stagnation 1964-85
      • Brezhnev as Leader
      • Economic and Social Policies and Problems
      • Foreign and International Policies
      • Pressure for Change and the Reaction of the Regime
    • 'Real Existing Socialism' 1968-80
      • Political Developments in the Satellite States
      • Economic and Social Developments in the Satellite States
      • Challenges to Soviet control in the Soviet Satellite States
      • Strikes and in Poland
    • De-Stalinisation 1953-64
      • The USSR in 1953
      • Krushchev as Leader
      • Economic and Social Development
      • Soviet foreign and International Policies
    • The Gorbachev Revolution 1985-2000
      • Gorbachev as Leader
      • Economic, Political and Social Policies
      • Revolution and Counter-Revolution in the USSR
      • Yeltsin as Leader
    • Soviet Satellites 1953-68
      • The Political and Economic Condition of the Satellite States
      • Life in the Soviet Satellite Sates
      • Repression in the Soviet Satellite States
      • Threats to Stability in the Soviet Satellite States
    • The Collapse of the Soviet Empire 1980-2000
      • The Collapse of Communism in the Satellite States in 1989
      • The New National States of Eastern and Central Europe
      • Political Developments and Activism in the Satellite States before 1989
      • The State of Communism in the Satellite States of Romania and Bulgaria by 1989

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