Yeltsin's revolutionary rhetoric helped him create the appearance of a complete break with the past, but that break was never as clean as was imagined at first, nor could it have been. Yeltsin's destruction of the Soviet state looks less like a revolution than a palace coup.
Research Article| October 01 2000
Yeltsin and the Evolution of Electoral Monarchy in Russia
Current History (2000) 99 (639): 315–320.
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Lilia Shevtsova; Yeltsin and the Evolution of Electoral Monarchy in Russia. Current History 1 October 2000; 99 (639): 315–320. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2000.99.639.315
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