The Great Russian Consumer Revolution

by Alexander Kolesnichenko

17 December 2012

In a new book, journalist Valery Panyushkin argues that the Soviet Union fell to an emerging consumer society that is also beginning to undermine Vladimir Putin as frustration builds over Russia's abysmal public services.

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