Symbols of Power: The Esthetics of Political Legitimation in the Soviet Union Eastern Europe ebook
by Claes Arvidsson,Lars E. Blomqvist
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Bibliographic Details. Publisher: Almquist & Wiksell Publication Date: 1987 Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Good. 1. Symbols of Power: The Esthetics of Political Legitimation in the Soviet Union & Eastern Europe. Claes Arvidsson, Lars E. Blomqvist. Published by Coronet Books Inc (1987).
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The contributions on Eastern Europe are somewhat thinner. This is partly explained by a familiar idea that receives detailed support in the collection: that Communist symbolism is very much more at home in the Soviet Union, and especially Russia, than in other Soviet-type societies which lack, for the most part, a receptive cultural and religious tradition.
Throughout the history of the Soviet Union, millions of people suffered political repression, which was an instrument of the state since the October Revolution. It culminated during the Stalin era, then declined, but it continued to exist during the "Khrushchev Thaw", followed by increased persecution of Soviet dissidents during the Brezhnev stagnation, and it did not cease to exist until late in Mikhail Gorbachev's rule when it was ended in keeping with his policies of glasnost and perestroika.
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fhis collection of essays on 'Symbols of Power' is the outcome of a conference on 'Symbols and Rituals: the Esthetics of Political Legitimation in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe', which took place during October 1985 in the Swedish town of Uppsala. Speaking at this conference, Prof.