독서/USSR2015. 8. 30. 08:43

How far the Soviet regime might be considered to be a modernizing regime is itself problematical. Alongside its economic, social and cultural achievements, the Soviet regime was, in many senses, profoundly antimodern - the restriction of civil society, the impingement on any sense of citizenship, the impediments to free communications, the restriction on individual freedom and free expression. These negative features of the Soviet model cannot be dismissed as part of a general equation of plus and minuses. There is a real sense in which these negative aspects seriously restricted development in all other spheres, and indicate how far the Soviet regime profoundly misunderstood the nature of modernity.


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