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The text covers the entire Soviet period from 1917 to the present day, but special emphasis is placed on the post-Stalin years and new developments of the 1980s. It seems that you're in Russian Federation. We have a dedicated site for Russian Federation.
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Collective leadership or Collectivity of leadership, was considered the ideal form of governance in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and other socialist states espousing communism.
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This will please Archie Brown, for whom Truman is something of a hero. In the second half of the book, Brown provides a four-fold typology of political leadership styles: redefining, transformational, revolutionary and totalitarian
This will please Archie Brown, for whom Truman is something of a hero. In contrast to self-styled "strong" leaders, seeking to achieve their aims through dominance and diktat, Truman was an instinctively collegiate president, delegating significant authority to his colleagues – especially his two secretaries of state, George Marshall and Dean Acheson. In the second half of the book, Brown provides a four-fold typology of political leadership styles: redefining, transformational, revolutionary and totalitarian. For each, a comprehensive global history is provided, complete with biographical sketches of every important political leader in the last century.
The main thesis in Archie Brown’s compendious and fascinating book on modern .
The main thesis in Archie Brown’s compendious and fascinating book on modern political leaders is that strength is an overrated virtue. This is a book that is the fruit of half a century of scholarship. An authoritative survey of political leadership over the last hundred years – from Churchill and Roosevelt to Stalin and Hitler, from Willy Brandt and Mikhail Gorbachev to Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair – and a debunking of the myth that it is only the strong, single-minded leader who makes a difference.
Archie Brown is Emeritus Professor of Politics at Oxford University and an Emeritus .
Archie Brown is Emeritus Professor of Politics at Oxford University and an Emeritus Fellow of St. Antony's College, Oxford, where he was a Professor of Politics and Director of St. Antony's Russian and East European Centre. In 2010 he received one of the three Diamond Jubilee Lifetime Achievement in Political Studies Awards. Brown is considered one of the foremost experts in Soviet and Communist politics, the Cold War, and political leadership, and has advised several political leaders, including Margaret Thatcher on the eve of Gorbachev's first visit to Britain.
Political Leadership In The Soviet Union. This book looks at the phenomena of the Gorbachev era in light of the history of the changing (and unchanging) factors in the nature of Soviet leadership ever since 1917. Personalities have counted, especially in the time of high Stalinism, but institutions count even more. The five authors are well versed in the nuts and bolts of the system and in the exploration of how political power in the Soviet Union is gained, used and sometimes lost.
The Soviet political system is clearly relevant in this regard, having been characterized by the existence of.Department of Political Science, University of Tasmania.
The Soviet political system is clearly relevant in this regard, having been characterized by the existence of exaggerated cults of the leader for much of its sixty-two-year history. By analysing two of these cults, those of Stalin and Brezhnev as embodied in the images of the two leaders projected through the party press, it will be possible to isolate those structural aspects of the Soviet political system which encourage the emergence and growth of a leader cult. Recommend this journal.
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One man who might have found that not entirely amusing is Archie Brown, the author of at least 15 books on the political system Lenin created - and I declare a minimal connection with this, as an attender of Brown’s Oxford tutorials on Soviet government the best part of 40 years ago. Now in the sunset of an immensely distinguished career he has had the admirable flexibility of mind to try something completely new - a substantial work on political leadership in general.