ern Europe and those of the dissidentsnand workers in the Eastncan somehow be unified. Whilenhe admits the truth of Solzhenitsyn'snview of Stalin's Russia, andnregards the post-Khrushchevnera as a dead end, Singer's ownnview of Soviet history is incoherent.nHe rejects the Soviet andnChinese models but still regardsnthe . . .

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