- Title Pages
- The Yale-Hoover Series on Stalin, Stalinism, and the Cold War
- 1 Findings and Perspectives
- 2 The Politburo's Role as Revealed by the Lost Transcripts
- 3 Stalin in the Light of the Politburo Transcripts
- 4 “Class Brothers Unite!”: The British General Strike and the Formation of the “United Opposition”
- 5 Stalin, Syrtsov, Lominadze: Preparations for the “Second Great Breakthrough”
- 6 The “Right Opposition” and the “Smirnov-Eismont-Tolmachev Affa”
- 7 The Way They Talked Then: The Discourse of Politics in the Soviet Party Politburo in the Late 1920s
- 8 Making the Unthinkable Thinkable: Language Microhistory of Politburo Meetings
- 9 <i>The</i> Short Course of the History of the All-Union Communist Party: <i>The Distorted Mirror of Party Propaganda</i>
- 10 Grain, Class, and Politics During NEP: The Politburo Meeting of December 10, 1925
- 11 The Politburo on Gold, Industrialization, and the International Economy, 1925–1926
- 12 Prices in the Politburo, 1927: Market Equilibrium versus the Use of Force
- The Lost Politburo Transcripts
- Yale University Press
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