Fb2 RUSSIA FROM THE INSIDE ePub
by Robert Kaiser and Hannah Jopling Kaiser
|Author:||Robert Kaiser and Hannah Jopling Kaiser|
|Publisher:||Hutchinson & Co (1980)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1344 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1979 kb|
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Robert G. Kaiser (born 1943) is an American journalist and author. He retired from The Washington Post in early 2014 after a career of more than 50 years on the paper. Russia from the Inside, (with Hannah Jopling Kaiser, 1980). Why Gorbachev Happened, (1991).
Robert G. He is the author or co-author of eight books . The News About the News: American Journalism in Peril, (with Leonard Downie, J. 2002).
Hannah Jopling Kaiser’s books. Russia from the Inside by. Robert G. Kaiser, Hannah Jopling Kaiser. Booknotes interview with Kaiser on Why Gorbachev Happened, June 2, 1991.
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Russia: From the Inside. Kaiser, Robert . Kaiser. AUTOGRAPHED by Hannah Jopling Kaiser. A little rubbing, but book in Near Fine condition. Published by E. P. Dutton (1980). ISBN 10: 0525476326 ISBN 13: 9780525476320. 1943-; Kaiser, Hannah Jopling; Rouben Mamoulian Collection (Library of Congress) DLC. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
The Kaisers had an inspired thought: to assemble photographs taken, without the usual surveillance, by Russian photographers who subsequently emigrated to the West. Kaiser, a reporter for The Washington Post, was that newspaper's correspondent in Moscow from 1971 to 1974. He is the author of Russia, The People and the Power, and (with Hannah Jopling Kaiser) Russia from the Inside. MORE BY Robert G. America and the World 1980. After the events of 1980 the Soviet Union and the United States both must come to terms with new versions of each other.
by Robert G. Kaiser, Hannah Jopling. The Cold War was a strange and frightening time to be a child, unsure of the danger facing us, dreaming of mushroom clouds, and surrounded on all sides by lies. It's a new world now, and young adults have to hone their bullshit detecting skills in new and different ways. I look at these old photos: Russian women doctors, vegetable patches, hipsters lounging on park benches, and I have the strangest and most compelling sense of dislocation.