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Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner." . . . an exciting, first-rate contribution to our understanding of Soviet history on several levels . . . and the relationship between tsarist and Soviet educational policies and practices." -Ben Eklof "Larry E. Holmes' book is a fine, expert study of a difficult topic." -The Historian " . . . this first-rate work definitely points the way toward a new understanding of the Soviet Union in the 1920s." -Journal of Modern History " . . . a succinct and original study of early Soviet education and an engaging disaggregation of the convoluted relations among ideology, politics, and social reality in a revolutionary society . . . This well-researched, innovative, and insightful study is required reading for any serious student of early Soviet history." -The Russian Review ". . . elegantly written, a pithy fast paced, and intersting book . . ." -East West Education Larry Holmes examines Soviet school policy from 1917 to 1931 in its ideological, political, institutional, and social dimensions.
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Acknowledgments Note on Transliteration Introduction Part One: The Idea and the Reality, 1917-1921 I. A New School for a New Society II. In Search of a Policy III. In Search of a School and a Public IV. Narkompros under Siege Part Two: Change and Permanence in the 1920s V. NEP and the Progressive Curriculm VI. SLow History Classroom Practice VII. Teachers A Preference for the Customary VIII. The ABC's beyond the School Part Three: Compromise, 1925-1928 IX. Policy Running After Practice X. Komsomol and the Technical Lobby XI. A Threat of Failure Part Four: Compromise Betrayed XIII. Purges and Projects, 1929-1930 XIV. Slower History XV. Policy Meets Practice, 1931 Conclusion Statistical Appendices Notes Bibliography Index