Nina Andreyeva

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Nina Aleksandrovna Andreyeva (Russian: Нина Александровна Андреева, 12 October 1938 – 24 July 2020) was a Russian chemist, teacher, author, political activist, and social critic.[1] She criticized General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev and his closest supporters for not being true communists.[2][3]

Andreyeva died in St. Petersburg, Russia on 24 July 2020 at the age of 81.[4]

Works[change | change source]

  • Andreyeva, Nina (1992). The Cause of Socialism is Invincible. Pyongyang: Foreign Languages Publishing House. ASIN B0041SY99A.
  • — (1993). Unpresented Principles or a Brief History of Perestroika: (Selected Articles and Speeches). Pyongyang: Foreign Languages Publishing House. OCLC 476436091.
  • — (2002). За Большевизм в Коммунистическом Движении [For Bolshevism in the Communist Movement]. Leningrad: Publishing House of the All-Union Communist Party Bolsheviks.

References[change | change source]

  1. James R. Millar, ed. (2004). Encyclopedia of Russian history. Detroit: Thomson Gale. pp. v. 1, p. 60. ISBN 0028659074.
  2. Quote: "...вопросы подняты серьезные и в таком ключе, который иначе как идейной платформой, манифестом антиперестроечных сил не назовешь. "
  3. "New Ferment On the Pariah Of Perestroika", NY Times

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