New From the CWIHP e-Dossier Series: Khrushchev at His Most Khrushchevian, by William Taubman

Apr 10, 2008

CWIHP is proud to announce the publication of the latest addition to the CWIHP e-Dossier Series: Khrushchev at his Most Khrushchevian, e-Dossier No. 18, by William Taubman.

William Taubman, chairman of the CWIHP Advisory Board, professor of history at Amherst College and author of the Pulitzer Prize winning Khrushchev biography, Khrushchev, The Man and His Era, introduces a collection of documents which span Nikita S. Khrushchev's time as first secretary of the Soviet Communist party and chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers. While these documents relate to only a few highlights of Khrushchev's career, it is remarkable how many general features of his approach to domestic and foreign policy they capture and reflect. In his introduction to the collection, Taubman extracts and masterfully analyzes those passages which reveal Khrushchev at his most Khrushchevian.

Click here to view the entire CWIHP e-Dossier series.

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