Shock therapy

Pendry, R.
February 1992
New Statesman & Society;2/28/92, Vol. 5 Issue 191, p15
Explores the challenges facing the Russian people as their nation converts to a market economy. Overview of the policies set by Vice-president Yegor Gaidar; Food and health problems; Conversations with some of the people.


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