'Historians of the period would be well served by reading this book, in addition to anyone interested in democratisation and comparative politics. The fact that Sherlock's clear prose is comparatively free of jargon will be a relief for specialists and non-specialists alike.' - Michael Westrate, Europe-Asia Studies
Historical Narratives In The Soviet Union And Post-Soviet Russiaby Thomas Sherlock
Establishing a causal link between historical discourse and political change, this important book describes the role of historical discourse in establishing, maintaining, or destroying elite and mass political identities in Soviet and post-Soviet space.
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Thomas Sherlock received his doctorate in political science from Columbia University. He teaches comparative politics and international relations at the United States Military Academy (West Point) and is currently Director of Comparative Politics in the Department of Social Sciences. He is the author of numerous articles in journals and chapters in edited volumes. He is also the co-author of The Fight for Legitimacy: Democracy Versus Terrorism (2006).
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