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At root, reforms in Eastern Europe were dependent on democratic institutions and
Western capital, modern technology, and advanced production techniques. The
West might not be able to facilitate the balancing of vested interests and the ...
feared the reunification of Germany, they feared more that the United States
would allow West German revanchism to proceed unfettered. Thus a proposed
1957 compromise (the Rapacki Plan) to reunite Germany—initiating military ...
Hence, it was probable that • West Germany, destined to link politically and
socially with its eastern wing, would ultimately ensure economic parity between
its two regions and then tighten its influence over Poland and Czechoslovakia.
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Quest for freedom: the transformation of Eastern Europe in the 1990sUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Quest for Freedom is a ponderous and diffuse attempt to put the collapse of the Soviet Union and its client states of Eastern Europe into a framework that incorporates the interplay of politics and ... Read full review
Tsar and Soviet
The Success and Failure of the Soviet Economy
HISTORY WITHOUT END
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