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Published by Imprimatur Books, Distributed by Longstreet Press in Asheboro, N.C, Marietta, Ga .
Written in English



  • Soviet Union


  • Gorbachev, Mikhail Sergeevich, 1931- -- Fiction.,
  • Heads of state -- Soviet Union -- Diaries -- Fiction.

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Edition Notes

Idea for novel came from Billy Wireman, President of Queens College in Charlotte, North Carolina.

StatementFrye Gaillard.
ContributionsWireman, Billy.
LC ClassificationsPS3557.A35185 S4 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination182 p. ;
Number of Pages182
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1892596M
ISBN 100962425567
LC Control Number90062193

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A National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist “Essential reading for the twenty-first [century].” —Radhika Jones, The New York Times Book Review In the first comprehensive biography of Mikhail Gorbachev, William Taubman shows how a peasant boy clambered to the top of a system designed to keep people like him down, found common ground with America’s arch-conservative president Ronald. Anatoly Chernyaev, a close adviser to Gorbachev whose diary provides many of the most vivid passages in Taubman’s book, recorded his feelings after a particularly friendly meeting with West.   Instead of Reagan's economic pressure and massive defense spending that bankrupted the Soviet Union, or Gorbachev's internal reforms that westernized the Soviet Union, the private and mostly top-secret correspondence between Reagan and Gorbachev forced the two leaders to continue to talk, debate, argue, disagree, but also offer proposals even. There is the diary of Anatoly Chernyaev—Gorbachev’s principal aide and deputy chief of the body formerly known as the Comintern—which dates from to the collapse of the regime. There are reports, dating from the s, by Vadim Zagladin, deputy chief of the Central Committee’s International Department until and then Gorbachev.