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Disabled in the Soviet Union, The (Paperback)

Past and Present, Theory and Practice

Imprint: University of Pittsburgh Press
Series: Russian and East European Studies
Pages: 312
ISBN: 9780822985228
Published: 15th December 1989
Casemate UK Academic

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In topics ranging from industrial accident prevention before and during Stalin's industrialization drive to the long and complex history of the Soviet science called defectology, the essays in this collection chronicle the responses of the state and society to a variety of disabled groups and disabilities. Also included, in addition to the editors, are Julie Brown, Vera Dunham, David Joravsky, Janet Knox and Alex Kozulin, Stephen and Ethel Dunn, Bernice Madison, Paul Raymond, and Mark Field. This unusual and provocative collection brings to light a dimension of Soviet history and policy rarely explored.

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