Communism: Why Prolong its Death-Throes? Occasional Paper 46. Institute for European Defence and Strategic Studies.
London: Alliance Publishers, 1990. Booklet with glossy soft covers. This work's preface states: "Charting the course of Soviet imperial expansion, from 1945 to its high point at the end of the 1970s, he [Crozier] dissents from President Gorbachev's view that the Brezhnev years were an 'age of stagnation', affirming that, on the contrary, they saw a rapid increase in Soviet naval and military power, at a time of demoralisation and uncertainty in the West". In excellent clean condition. 59 pages. 210 x 150 mm (8¼ x 6 inches).