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Soviet Science, 1917-70: Pt. 1 download ebook
Paul K. Urban,Andrew I. Lebed
Scarecrow Press (March 20, 1972)
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Soviet Science, book. Soviet Science, 1917-70. 0810804409 (ISBN13: 9780810804401).

Urban, Paul . and Andrew I. Lebed, eds. Soviet Science, 1917-1970 (Mentuchen, . : Scarecrow Press, 1971). Sources in Russian: Bastrakova, .

Science Policy and the Soviet Development Strategy," in Alexander Dallin, e. The Twenty-Fifth Congress of the CPSU: Assessment and Context (Stanford, 1977), pp. 39-52. Science Policy, USA-USSR. Urban, Paul . Stanovlenie sovetskoi sistemy organizatsii nauki, 1917-1922 (Moscow: Nauka, 1973). Formirovanie i razvitie seti nauchnykh uchrezhdenii SSSR (Moscow: Nauka, 1979).

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During the 1920s, Soviet urban planning ideologies established along two competing lines: the urbanist and disurbanist schools. Whilst the proposed form of the city differed between the two ideologies, their visions of social organization for communal living overlapped.

Direct and indirect political interference in the activities of scientists gave these transformationist visions their brutality and dominance. I am absolutely convinced that there can be no excuse for a scientist who collaborated with the NKVD-KGB. Certainly, it was impossible to live in the Soviet system without a certain compromise of one’s morals.

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