Metamorphoses of the russian reformation as perceived by a philosopher and citizen
Dr. Sci. (Pol. Sci.), Professor, Professor of the Chair of Political Science and Political Management, School of Public Policy, The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, email@example.com
This essay presents a critical review of the “Metamorphoses of the Russian Reformation. Political-Science Themes” – a panoramic monograph by Professor Yuri Krasin, one of the pioneers of Russian political science. He completed the monograph, timing it to the 25th anniversary of the start of the perestroika, as well as to his own 80th birthday. The author of the book, be it said incidental*ly, by no means disavows the socialist idea, which does have a future, according to his prognostication.
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