11.07.07 Russia Cont

11.07.07 Russia Cont - Russia Cont' 11.7.07 Paper: can make...

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Russia Cont’ 11.7.07 Paper: can make many arguments or just one; but if you chose just one, compare it to the other theories If you argue many theories, explain why the remaining do not fit If you argue all the theories, why? What events fit what theories? Gorbachev’s Legacy More freedom Political and Economic reforms Less democratic transition than Eastern Europe Gorbachev leaves Dec 31, 1991 when the communist regime collapsed Democratic transition? Constitutional Crisis Yeltsin dissolves parliament (sept 1993) Not constitutional Parliament invalidates President (Alexander Rutskoi) Starts bombing parliament Yeltsin sends in the troops New Constitution (Dec 12) Next year elections for new parliament New constitution says he has to rerun for president in 1996 Changes from commands of state to capitalist Impacts workers, jobs, income Many go years without being paid Changes state economy to a public If bank loans gov money, gov pays back in shares in various state
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