Vodka Politics

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Vodka Politics
Author : Mark Schrad
File Size : 54,9 Mb
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Language : English
Release Date : 01 March 2014
ISBN : 9780199755592
Pages : 514 pages
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Vodka Politics by Mark Schrad Book PDF Summary

Alcohol-and alcoholism-have long been prominent features in Russian life and culture. But as Mark Schrad vividly shows in Vodka Politics, it has also been central to Russian politics. Not simply a chronicle of drinking in Russia, this book shows how alcohol has been a key shaping force in Russian political history.

Vodka Politics

Alcohol-and alcoholism-have long been prominent features in Russian life and culture. But as Mark Schrad vividly shows in Vodka Politics, it has also been central to Russian politics. Not simply a chronicle of drinking in Russia, this book shows how alcohol has been a key shaping force in Russian political

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