Arrestingly strong – yes. Delicious, not so much.
I loved how this post focused on the music of the Soviet 60s, because normally when people think of classic 60s rock revolution, they do not think of Soviet rock. Classic rock is typically thought of as a western cultural revolution, not a staple of Russian culture. I think it is fascinating that the Soviets embraced this western music style. I also loved the music that you included, great post!
I think this is really such a fascinating topic in Soviet history because, until this class, I believed Russia and alcohol had always gone hand and hand considering they don’t even consider beer alcohol. It is interesting that even today, Russia is fighting to combat the negative effects on society that alcoholism causes. I also loved the pictures you used! Great post!
I thought this post was very interesting and informative. The Soviets had been trying to figure out how to motivate people to work and not to freeload off of the Socialist system. In one of my earlier blog post, I discussed Stalin’s attempt to motivate industrialization with shock workers, a continuation of a rewards program that states in World War II. Great post!
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Ronald Reagan is my favorite POTUS so I really appreciated the shout out to him in your post! This post was so informative! You did a really good job at displaying the domino effect that was the fall of the USSR. Great job!