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Beacon Studies in Soviet Tyranny and Power
Publisher: The Beacon Press. Country: United States. Date: 1953-54.


Coercion of the Worker in the Soviet Union - Rousset (Beacon Studies in Soviet Tyranny and Power) (image)

Coercion of the Worker in the Soviet Union.
by David Rousset,
Director, International Commission Against Concentrationist Regimes.
Translated by Charles R. Joy. Edited by Jerzy G. Gliksman.
Boston, Massachusetts: The Beacon Press, 1953
(Beacon Studies in Soviet Tyranny and Power).


BEACON STUDIES IN SOVIET TYRANNY AND POWER (THE BEACON PRESS)
Series Note:
This polemical series of books from the Boston-based Unitarian publishing house, The Beacon Press, issued strong warnings against Stalinism and Communism as they were in the early 1950s.

Arranged by year of publication


Coercion of the Worker in the Soviet Union: Prepared by the International Commission Against Concentrationist Regimes.
Rousset, David, director, Charles R. Joy, translator, Jerzy G. Gliksman editor.
1953.

Police-State Methods in the Soviet Union.
Prepared by the International Commission Against Concentrationist Regimes [International Commission Against Concentration Camp Practices], Under the Direction of David Rousset. Translated by Charles R. Joy. Edited by Jerzy G. Gliksman.
1953.

Sociology and Psychology of Communism.
Jules Monnerot.
1953.

Escape from Paradise: By Seven who Escaped and One who Did Not.
C. A. Smith.
1954.


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