Exam 1 Sg - Study Guide for Exam One Review the study...

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Study Guide for Exam One Review the study guides for quizzes 2, 3, and 4 Additional information for the first exam: Factors that shaped the lives of Russians during the 1980s Intrusive totalitarian regime Scarcity of food Health problems in Russia alcoholism Alcohol consumption in Russia ? there is a lot…to stay warm???? Russia order for Jewish eviction Russian Jews were persecuted by the Russian military Issued a Pogrom against the Jews Lost their land and forced to leave the country Fall of the Soviet Union 1991 in a relative peaceful transition to a more democratic form of governement Meaning of star and sickle on the Soviet Union Flag Sickle: peasants… Social policies of the new Soviet Union Free health care Free education Abortion rights Sex education in schools homelessness Demographics in the reemerged Russia At the beginning of the millennium there were approximately 52 million households in Russia. Four million family units in Russia are single parent families
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2008 for the course ISS 210 taught by Professor Zimmerman during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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