The Psychological Impact of the Soviet Union’s Reign & Fall

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When historical events are transcribed to the pages of history, it is common to read of figures and tallies — of death counts and abstract policies and shifting geopolitical sands.

But there is something tragically skimmed over in these accounts and it is the ‘human question’. Where does history take place? Not only on the grand scale of nation-states and

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