War and Truth
Gavril Popov, Moscow's first elected mayor, presents a revisionist view of WWII
that sent a tremor through the Russian leadership, and prevented
its publication in Russia.
Don't Give a "Soviet" Continental
Arkanov is considered to be the leading Russian satirist. In this book he satirizes 100 years of
history of the Communist party based on historical facts and documents.
Path to Democracy
Rasul Gouliev dwells upon the new type of “Democrat” in post-Soviet
regimes and questions their dedication to Democracy. He analyzes those
new types of dictators...
Shtrafniki Volume 8-10: Soviet Union 1940-1999
This combined set of three volumes was censored in Russia, and was only
published in the U.S.. Svirsky is a brave and talented author, who was
one of the first dissident writer in the Soviet Union.
The Grand Failure
The book that explained and predicted the demise of the Soviet Union.
Brzezinski properly predicted that the introduction of political reforms
without economic reforms would bring the system to an eventual grind.
Memoirs About my Father Stolypin
Maria P. Bock-Stolypin
Peter Stolypin was the progressive prime minister in the Czar’s
government who called for thorough reforms of land and agriculture when
he was assassinated by a radical terrorist. His daughter presents the
only family memoirs...
The Selling of the Soviet Empire (English)
Alfred Kokh writes his memoir on leading the process of privatizing
state properties in Russia; an act that sealed the fate of the communist
Political System of the USA
David Cushman Coyle
A complete guide on the structure and functions of the United States political system.
Myth of Russia
"Myth of Russia: An Experiment in Romantic Political Science" is a description of the history of the Russian people and Russia itself through its historical development.
Alexander Zinoviev, the leading philosopher dissident of the 60-80s, describes
Gorbachev and the impact of his reforms on the Soviet System.