1917: Coup or Revolt?  

The great virtue of Harrison Salisbury’s most recent book, his eighth on Russian subjects in a lifetime of thinking and writing about the Soviet Union, is its high literary quality. Black Night, White Snow is a voluminous, compelling narrative that …

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