This is one reading list I have not read all the way through. In fact, I have not read over half of it – it was just one of those projects one drifts into during a particularly strong Russophile phase of one’s youth. Sadly, my curiosity was sated before I could finish this list. Nonetheless, I have reproduced my project in its entirety in case it is of benefit to others.

  1. Acton, Edward. Alexander Herzen and the Role of the Intellectual Revolutionary
  2. Alexeyeva, Lyudmila. Soviet Dissent: Contemporary Movements for National, Religious, and Human Rights
  3. Allworth, Edward. Soviet Nationality Problems
  4. Amalrik, Andrei. Will the Soviet Union Survive until 1984
  5. Andrew, Christopher. KGB: The Inside Story of its Foreign Operations from Lenin to Gorbachev
  6. Anisimov, EV. The Reforms of Peter the Great: Progress through Coercion in Russia
  7. Antonov‑Ovseenko, Anton. The Crimes of the Stalin Era
  8. Appelbaum, Anne. Gulag: A History
  9. Atkinson, Dorothy. The End of the Russian Land Commune, 1905‑1930
  10. —. The End of the Russian Land Commune, 1905‑1930
  11. Ascher, Abraham. Pavel Akselrod and the Development of Menshevism
  12. —. The Revolution of 1905
  13. Aves, Jonathan. Workers Against Lenin. Labour Protest and the Bolshevik Dictatorship, 1920-1922
  14. Avrich, Paul. Kronstadt 1921
  15. Bakunin, Mikhail. Statism and Anarchy
  16. Bailes, Kendall. Technology and Society under Lenin and Stalin
  17. Ball, Alan. Russia’s Last Capitalists. The Nepmen, 1921‑1929
  18. Baron, Samuel. Plekhanov: The Father of Russian Marxism
  19. —. Bloody Saturday in the Soviet Union: Novocherkassk, 1962
  20. Bennet, Andrew. Condemned to Repetition? The Rise, Fall, and Reprise of Soviet-Russian Military Interventionism, 1973-1996
  21. Benvenuti, Francesco. The Bolsheviks and the Red Army 1918‑1921
  22. Bergman, Jay. Vera Zasulich: A Biography
  23. Billington, James. Mikhailovsky and Russian Populism
  24. Black, Joseph. Essays on Karamzin: Russian Man-of-Letters, Political Thinker, Historian, 1766-1826
  25. Boffa, Guiseppe. The Stalin Phenomenon
  26. Bonner, Elene. Mothers and Daughters
  27. Brent, Jonathan, and VP Naumov. Stalin’s Last Crime: The Plot Against the Jewish Doctors, 1948-1953
  28. Brovkin, Vladimir. Behind the Front Lines of the Civil War: Political Parties and Social Movements in Russia, 1918-1922
  29. —. The Mensheviks after October: Socialist Opposition and the Rise of the Bolshevik Dictatorship
  30. Brower, Daniel. Training the Nihilists: Education and Radicalism in Tsarist Russia
  31. Brumberg, Abraham. In Quest of Justice: Protest and Dissent in the Soviet Union Today
  32. Bukharin, Nikolai. Historical Materialism: A System of Sociology
  33. —. Economics of the Transformation Period
  34. Burdzhalov, Ėduard. Russia’s Second Revolution. The Feburary 1917 Uprising in Petrograd
  35. Byrnes, Robert. Pobedonostsev: His Life and Thought
  36. Cahm, Caroline. Peter Kropotkin and the Rise of Revolutionary Anarchism 1872‑1886
  37. Carr, Edward. Michael Bakunin
  38. —. The Bolshevik Revolution
  39. Chamberlin, William. The Russian Revolution, 1917‑1921
  40. Channon, John. Politics, Society and Stalinism in the USSR
  41. Chase, William. Workers, Safety, and the Soviet State
  42. Choldin, Marianna. A Fence around the Empire: Russian Censorship of Western Ideas under the Tsars
  43. Christoff, Peter. An Introduction to Nineteenth‑Century Russian Slavophilism
  44. Clements, Barbara. Bolshevik Women
  45. Clowes, Edith, Samuel Kassow, and James West. Between Tsar and People: Educated Society and the Quest for Public Identity in Late Imperial Russia
  46. Cohen, Stephen. Bukharin and the Bolshevik Revolution: A Political Biography, 1888-1938
  47. Colton, Timothy. Moscow: Governing the Socialist Metropolis
  48. Conquest, Robert. The Great Terror
  49. Copleston, Frederick. Philosophy in Russia: From Herzen to Lenin and Berdyaev
  50. Crisp, Olga and Linda Edmondson. Civil Rights in Imperial Russia
  51. Crockatt, Richard. The Fifty Years War
  52. Dallin, Alexander. Soviet Politics since Khrushchev
  53. Daly, Jonathan. Autocracy under Siege: Security Police and Opposition in Russia, 1866-1905
  54. Danilov, Viktor. Rural Russia under the New Regime
  55. Davies, Robert. Soviet Economic Development from Lenin to Khrushchev
  56. —. From Tsarism to the New Economic Policy
  57. —. The Socialist Offensive: The Collectivization of Soviet Ag­ri­cul­ture, 1929‑1930
  58. —. The Soviet Collective Farm, 1929‑1930
  59. —. The Industrialisation of Soviet Russia
  60. —. The Soviet Economy in Turmoil, 1929‑1930
  61. —. Soviet History in the Gorbachev Revolution
  62. Davies, Sarah. Popular Opinion in Stalin’s Russia. Terror, Propaganda and Dissent, 1934-1941
  63. De Jonge, Alex. Stalin and the Shaping of the Soviet Union
  64. Deutscher, Isaac. The Prophet Armed, 1879‑1921
  65. —. The Prophet Unarmed, 1921‑1929
  66. —. Stalin
  67. Dobrynin, Anatoly. In Confidence: Moscow’s Ambassador to Six Cold War Presidents
  68. Druzhnikov, Yuri. Informer 001: The Myth of Pavlik Morozov
  69. Edelman, Robert. Proletarian Peasants:  The Revolution of 1905 in Russia’s southwest
  70. Ehrenburg, Ilya. The Thaw
  71. Eklof, Ben, John Bushnell, and Larissa Zakharova, Russia’s Great Reforms, 1855-1881
  72. Elwood, Ralph. Inessa Armand: Revolutionary and Feminist
  73. Emmons, Terence. The Formation of Political Parties and the First Na­tional Elections in Russia
  74. —. The Russian Landed Gentry and the Peasant Emancipation of 1861
  75. Emmons, Terence, and Wayne Vucinich. The Zemstvo in Russia: An Experiment in Local Self-Government
  76. Engle, Barbara. Mothers and Daughters: Women of the Intelligentsia in Nineteenth‑Century Russia
  77. Erlich Alexander. The Soviet Industrialization Debate, 1924‑1928
  78. Farnsworth, Beatrice. Alexandra Kollontai: Socialism, Feminism, and the Bolshevik Revolution
  79. Field, Daniel. Rebels in the Name of the Tsar
  80. Figes, Orlando. Peasant Russia, Civil War: The Volga Countryside in Revolution, 1917‑1921
  81. Figner, Vera. Memoirs of a Revolutionist
  82. Filtzer, Donald. Soviet Workers and Late Stalinism: Labour and the Restoration of the Stalinist System after World War II
  83. Fitzpatrick, Shiela. Everyday Stalinism: Ordinary Life in Extraordinary Times; Soviet Russia in the 1930s
  84. —. Stalin’s Peasants. Resistance and Survival in the Russian Village After Collectivization
  85. —. The Cultural Front. Power and Culture in Revolution­ary Russia
  86. —. Cultural Revolution in Russia
  87. —. The Commissariat of Enlightenment
  88. Fitzpatrick, Sheila, Alexander Rabinowitch, and Richard Stites. Russia in the Era of NEP
  89. Footman, David. The Alexander Conspiracy: A Life of A.I. Zheliabov
  90. Frankel, Edith, Jonathan Frankel, and Baruch Knei‑Paz. Revolution in Russia: Reassessments of 1917
  91. Fursenko, Aleksandr, and Timothy J. Naftali. One Hell of a Gamble: Khrushchev, Castro, and Kennedy, 1958-1964
  92. Galai, Shmuel. The Liberation Movement in Russia, 1900‑1905
  93. Galili y Garcia, Ziva. The Menshevik Leaders in the Russian Revolution: Social Realities and Political Strategies
  94. —. The Menshevik Leaders of the Petrograd Soviet, 1917
  95. Garthoff, Raymond. Détente and Confrontation: American-Soviet Relations from Nixon to Reagan
  96. Gati, Charles. Failed Illusions: Moscow, Washington, Budapest, and the 1956 Hungarian Revolt
  97. Geifman, Anna. Thou Shalt Kill: Revolutionary Terrorism in Russia, 1894-1917
  98. von Geldern, and Richard Stites. Mass Culture in Soviet Russia, 1917-1953
  99. Gerson, Lennard. The Secret Police in Lenin’s Russia
  100. Getty, Arch. The Road to Terror: Stalin and the Self-Destruction of the Bolsheviks, 1932-1939
  101. Getzler, Israel. Kronstadt 1917-1921: The Fate of a Soviet Democracy
  102. Gill, Graeme. The Origins of the Stalinist Political System
  103. Ginzburg, Evgenia. Journey into the Whirlwind
  104. Gleason, Abbott. European and Muscovite: Ivan Kireevsky and the Origins of Slavophilism
  105. —. Young Russia: The Genesis of Russian Radicalism in the 1860s
  106. Gleason, Abbott., Peter Kenez, and Richard Stites. Bolshevik Culture: Experiment and Order in the Russian Revolution
  107. Gleijeses, Peiro. Conflicting Missions: Havana, Washington, and Africa, 1959-76
  108. Goldman, Wendy. Women at the Gates. Gender and Industry in Stalin’s Russia
  109. Got’e, Iurii Vladimirovich. Times of Trouble [1917-1922]
  110. Graham, Loren. The Ghost of the Executed Engineer
  111. Groys, Boris. The Total Art of Stalinism: Avant-Garde, Aesthetic Dictatorship and Beyond
  112. Günther, Hans. The Culture of the Stalin Period
  113. Haberer, Erich. Jews and Revolution in Nineteenth Century Russia
  114. Haimson, Leopold. The Politics of Rural Russia, 1905‑1911
  115. Hamburg, Gary. Boris Chicherin and Early Russian Liberalism, 1828-1866
  116. —. Politics and The Russial Nobility, 1881‑1905
  117. Hansen, Marc, and Nikita Petrov. Stalin’s Loyal Executioner: People’s Commissar Nikolai Ezhov, 1895-1940
  118. Harcave, Sidney. The Russian Revolution of 1905
  119. Hardy, Deborah. Land and Freedom: The Origins of Russian Terrorism, 1876‑1879
  120. —. Peter Tkachev: The Critic as Jacobin
  121. Harris, James. The Great Urals: Regionalism and the Evolution of the Soviet System
  122. Harrison, Hope. Driving the Soviets Up the Wall: Soviet-East German Relations, 1953-1961
  123. Hasegawa, Tsuyoshi. The February Revolution: Petrograd 1917
  124. Heuman, Susan. Kistiakovsky: The Struggle for National and Constitutional Rights in the Last Years of Tsarism
  125. Hildermeier, Manfred. The Russian Socialist Revolutionary Party before the First World War
  126. Hillyar, Anna, and Jane McDermid. Revolutionary Women in Russia 1870-1917: A Study in Collective Biography
  127. Hogan, Heather. Forging Revolution. Metalworkers, Managers, and the State in St. Petersburg, 1890-1914
  128. Holloway, David. Stalin and the Bomb: The Soviet Union and Atomic Energy,1939-1956
  129. Holmes, Larry. The Kremlin and the Schoolhouse: Reforming Education in Soviet Russia, 1917-1931
  130. Hopkins, Mark. Russia’s Underground Press: The Chronicle of Current Events
  131. Hosking, Geoffrey. The Awakening of the Soviet Union
  132.  —. The Russian Constitutional Experiment
  133. Hughes, James. Stalinism in a Russian Province. A Study in Collectivization and Dekulakization in Siberia
  134. Hughes, Lindsey. Russia in the Age of Peter the Great
  135. Hunter, Holland, and Janusz Szyrmer. Faulty Foundations: Soviet Economic Policies: 1928-1940
  136. Husband, William. Revolution in the Factory. The Birth of the Soviet Textile Industry, 1917‑1920
  137. Ivanova, Galina. Labor Camp Socialism: The Gulag in the Soviet Totalitarian System
  138. Jasny, Naum. Soviet Industrialization, 1928‑1952
  139. Jenkins, Michael. Arakcheev: Grand Vizier of the Russian Empire
  140. Joravsky, David. The Lysenko Affair
  141. Judge, Edward. Plehve: Repression and Reform in Imperial Russia, 1902‑1904
  142. Kaiser, Daniel. The Workers’ Revolution in Russia, 1917
  143. Kagarlitsky, Boris. The Thinking Reed. Intellectuals and the Soviet State from 1917 to the Present
  144. Kassow, Samuel. Students Professors, and the State in Tsarist Russia
  145. Katz, Martin. Mikhail N. Katkov: A Political Biography, 1818-1887
  146. Keep, John. The Rise of Social Democracy in Russia
  147. —. The Russian Revolution
  148. Kelly, Aileen. Mikhail Bakunin: A Study in the Psychology and Politics of Utopianism
  149. —. Toward Another Shore: Russian Thinkers Between Necessity and Chance
  150. —. Views from the Other Shore: Essays on Herzen, Chekhov, and Bakhtin
  151. Kelley, Donald, and Shannon Davis. The Sons of Sergei: Khrushchev and Gorbachev as Reformers
  152. Kenez, Peter. The Birth of the Propaganda State: Soviet Methods of Mass Mobilisation
  153. —. The Civil War in South Russia
  154. Kenez, Peter, William Rosenberg, and Ronald Suny. Party, State, and Society in the Russian Civil War
  155. Kennan, George. The Nuclear Delusion: Soviet American Relations in the Atomic Age
  156. Khlevniuk, Oleg. In Stalin’s shadow: The Career of Sergo Ordzhonikidze
  157. Khrushchev, Nikita. Khrushchev Remembers
  158. King, David. The Falsification of Photographs and Art in Stalin’s Russia
  159. Kingston‑Mann, Esther. Lenin and the Problem of Marxist Peasant Revolution
  160. Koenker, Diane. Petrograd Workers and the 1917 Revolution
  161. Koenker, Diane, and William Rosenberg. Strikes and Revolution in Russia, 1917
  162. Kotkin, Stephen. Magnetic Mountain: Stalinism as a Civilization
  163. Knei‑Paz, Baruch. The Social and Political Thought of Leon Trotsky
  164. Knight, Amy. Beria: Stalin’s First Lieutenant
  165. —. Who Killed Kirov?
  166. Koblitz, Ann. Science, Women and Revolution in Russia
  167. Kohn, Hans. Panslavism: Its History and Ideology
  168. Kropotkin, Peter. Memoirs of a Revolutionist
  169. —. The Conquest of Bread
  170. Kuromiya, Hiroaki. Freedom and Terror in the Donbas: A Ukrainian-Russian Borderland, 1870s-1990s
  171. —. Stalin’s Industrial Revolution: Politics and Workers, 1928-1932
  172. Larina, Anna. This I Cannot Forget. The Memoirs of Nikolai Bukharin’s Widow
  173. Le Donne, John. Absolutism and Ruling Class. The Formation of the Russian Political Order, 1700‑1825
  174. Leggett, George. The Cheka: Lenin’s Political Police
  175. Leonhard, Wolfgang. The Kremlin since Stalin
  176. Levesque, Jacques. The Enigma of 1989: The USSR and the Liberation of Eastern Europe
  177. Lewin, Moshe. The Gorbachev Phenomenon. A Historical Interpretation
  178. —. Russian Peasants and Soviet Power: A Study of Collectivization
  179. Lieven, Dominic. Empire: The Russian Empire and its Rivals
  180. Lih, Lars. Bread and Authority in Russia, 1914‑1921
  181. Lincoln, Bruce. The Great Reforms: Autocracy, Bureaucracy, and the Politics of Change in. Imperial Russia
  182. —. In the Vanguard of Reform: Russia’s Enlightened Bureaucrats, 1825‑1861
  183. —. Nicholas I: Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias
  184. —. Nikolai Miliutin: An Enlightened Russian Bureaucrat
  185. —. Passage Through Armageddon, The Russians in War and Revolution, 1914‑1918
  186. —. Red Victory
  187. Lindemeyr, Adele. Poverty Is Not a Vice: Charity, Society, and the State in Imperial Russia
  188. Linden Carl. Khrushchev and the Soviet Leadership, 1957‑1964
  189. Lourie, Richard. Sakharov: A Biography
  190. Lukashevich, Stephen. Ivan Aksakov, 1823-1886: A Study in Russian Thought and Politics
  191. Luthi, Lorenz. The Sino-Soviet Split: Cold War in the Communist World
  192. Macy, David. Government and Peasant in Russia, 1861‑1906: The Prehistory of the Stolypin Reforms
  193. Maggs, Peter. The Mandelstam and And Der Nister Files: An Introduction to Stalin-era Prison and Labor Camp Records
  194. Malet, Michael. Nestor Makhno in the Russian Civil War
  195. Malia, Martin. Alexander Herzen and the Birth of Russian Socialism
  196. —. The Soviet Tragedy. A History of Socialism in Russia, 1917-1991
  197. Mandel, David. Petrograd Workers and the Soviet Seizure of Power
  198. Mandelstam, Nadezhda. Hope against Hope: A Memoir
  199. —. Hope Abandoned
  200. Manning, Roberta. The Crisis of the Old Order in Russia: Gentry and Government
  201. Martin, Alexander. Romantics, Reformers, Reactionaries. Russian Conservative Thought and Politics in the Reign of Alexander I
  202. Massie, Robert. Peter the Great
  203. Mastny, Vojtech. The Cold War and Soviet Insecurity: The Stalin Years
  204. Mattick, Paul. Anti‑Bolshevik Communism
  205. Mawdsley, Evan. The Russian Civil War
  206. Maxwell, Margaret. Narodniki Women: Russian Women Who Sacrificed Themselves for the Dream of Freedom
  207. Mazour, Anatole. The First Russian Revolution, 1825
  208. McCauley, Martin. Khrushchev and Khrushchevism
  209. McConnell, Allen. Tsar Alexander I ‑ Paternalist Reformer
  210. McDaniel, Tim. Autocracy, Capitalism and Revolution in Russia
  211. McNeil, Robert. Stalin
  212. McReynolds, Louise. The News Under Russia’s Old Regime: The Development of Mass‑Circulation Press
  213. Medvedev, Roy. Let History Judge
  214. —. Khrushchev
  215. —. The Samizdat Register
  216. Medvedev, Zhores. A Question of Madness
  217. —. The Rise and Fall of T.D. Lysenko
  218. —. Soviet Science
  219. Merridale, Catherine. Moscow Politics and the Rise of Stalin: The Communist Party in the Capital, 1925-32
  220. Miliukov, Paul. Political Memoirs: 1905‑1917
  221. Miller, Forestt. Dmitrii Miliutin and the Reform Era in Russia
  222. Miller, Martin. Kropotkin
  223. —. The Russian Revolutionary Emigres 1825‑1870
  224. Monas, Sidney. The Third Section: Policy and Society in Russia under Nicholas I
  225. Montefiore, Simon Sebag. Stalin: Court of the Red Tsar
  226. Mosse, Werner Eugen. Alexander II and the Modernization of Russia
  227. —. Economic History of Russia, 1856-1914
  228. —. Perestroika Under the Tsars
  229. Murphy, David. What Stalin Knew: The Enigma of Barbarossa
  230. Naimark, Norman. The Russians in Germany: A History of the Soviet Zone of Occupation
  231. —. Terrorists and Social Democrats
  232. Nation, Craig. Black Earth, Red Star: A History of Soviet Security Policy, 1917-1991
  233. Nove, Alexander. Economic History of the USSR
  234. —. Glasnost In Action
  235. —. Uncensored Russia
  236. O’Meara, Patrick. K.F. Ryleev: A Political Biography of the Decembrist Poet
  237. Offord, Derek. Portraits of Early Russian Liberals
  238. —. The Russian Revolutionary Movement in the 1880s
  239. Orlovsky, Daniel. The Limits of Reform: The Ministry of Internal Affairs in Imperial Russia, 1802‑1861
  240. Ouimet, Matthew. The Rise and Fall of the Brezhnev Doctrine in Soviet Foreign Policy
  241. Owen, T. Capitalism and Politics in Russia: A Social History of the Moscow Merchants, 1855-1905
  242. —. The Corporation under Russian Law, 1800-1917
  243. Pearson, Thomas. Russian Officialdom in Crisis. Autocracy and Local Self‑Government, 1861‑1900
  244. Peled, Yoav. Class and Ethnicity in the Pale: The Political Economy of Jewish Workers’ Nationalism in Late Imperial Russia
  245. Pereira, Norman. White Siberia: The Politics of Civil War
  246.  Pipes, Richard. The Formation of the Soviet Union
  247.  —. The Russian Revolution
  248. —. Struve: Liberal on the Left
  249. Pomper, Philip. Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin
  250. —. Peter Lavrov and the Russian Revolutionary Movement
  251. —. Sergei Nechaev
  252. Presniakov, Alexander. Emperor Nicholas I of Russia: The Apogee of Autocracy, 1825-1855
  253. Rabinowitch, Alexander. The Bolsheviks Come to Power: The Revolution of 1917 in Petrograd
  254. —. Prelude to Revolution: The Petrograd Bolsheviks and the July 1917 Uprising
  255. Radkey, Oliver. The Agrarian Foes of Bolshevism
  256. —. Russia Goes to the Polls. The Election to the All‑Russian Constituent Assembly, 1917
  257. —. The Unknown Civil War in Russia: A Study of the Green Movement in the Tambov Region, 1920‑1921
  258. Raeff, Marc. The Decembrist Movement
  259. —. Michael Speransky ‑ Statesman of Imperial Russia
  260. Raleigh, Donald. Experiencing Russia’s Civil War. Politics, Society, and Revolutionary Culture in Saratov, 1917-1922
  261. —. Revolution on the Volga: 1917 in Saratov
  262. Rawson, Donald. Russian Rightists and the Revolution of 1905
  263. Razgon, Lev. True Stories
  264. Read, Christopher. The Stalin Years
  265. —. Culture and Power in Revolutionary Russia
  266. Reed, John. Ten Days that Shook the World
  267. Rees, E Arfon. Decision-Making in the Stalinist Command Economy, 1932-1937
  268. —. The Nature of Stalin’s Dictatorship: The Politburo, 1924-1953
  269. Reichman, Henry. Railwaymen and Revolution, Russia, 1905
  270. Riasanovsky, Nicholas. The Image of Peter the Great in Russian History and Thought
  271. —. Nicholas I and Official Nationalism in Russia, 1825‑1855
  272. —. A Parting of the Ways: Government and the Educated People in Russia, 1801‑1855
  273. Riasanovsky, Nicholas, and Thomas Riha. A Russian European: Paul Milyukov in Russian Politics
  274. Remnick, David. Lenin’s Tomb: The Last Days of the Soviet Empire
  275. Rice, Christopher. Russian Workers and the Socialist Revolutionary Party Through the Revo­lu­tion of 1905‑07
  276. Robinson, Geroid. Rural Russia under the Old Regime: A History of the Landlord-Peasant World and a Prologue to the Peasant Revolution of 1917
  277.  Rogger, Hans. Jewish Policies and Right‑Wing Politics in Imperial Russia
  278. Rosenberg, William. Liberals in the Russian Revolution: The Constitutional Democratic Party, 1917‑1920
  279. Rosenberg, William, and Lewis Siegelbaum. Social Dimensions of Soviet Industrialization
  280. Roxburgh, Angus. Pravda
  281. Rubinstein, Joshua. Soviet Dissidents
  282. Sakharov, Andrei. Sakharov Speaks
  283. —. Memoirs
  284. —. Moscow and Beyond: 1986-1989
  285. —. Moscow and Beyond
  286. Sakwa, Richard. Soviet Communists in Power: A Study of Moscow during the Civil War
  287. Schapiro, Leonard. Rationalism and Nationalism in Russian Nineteenth Century Political Thought
  288. —. The Communist Party of the Soviet Union
  289. —. The Origins of the Communist Autocracy
  290. —. The Russian Revolutions of 1917
  291. —. Turgenev: His Life and Times
  292. Seddon, JH. The Petrashevtsy: A Study of the Russian Revolutionaries of 1848
  293. Seregny, Scott. Russian Teachers and Peasant Revolution: The Politics of Education in 1905
  294. Service, Robert. Lenin: A Political Life (two volumes: 1870-1910 and 1910-1924
  295. —. Society and Politics in the Russian Revolution
  296. Shearer, David. Industry, State, and Society in Stalin’s Russia, 1926-1934
  297. Shalamov, Varlam. Kolyma Tales
  298. —. Graphite
  299. Shatz, Marshall. Soviet Dissent in Historical Perspective
  300. Shentalinsky, Vitaly. Arrested Voices: Resurrecting the Disappeared Writers of the Soviet Regime
  301. Shevchenko, Arkady. Breaking with Moscow
  302. Shipler, David. Broken Idols, Solemn Dreams
  303. Shkliarevsky, Gennady. Labor in the Russian Revolution
  304. Shlapentokh, Dmitry. The French Revolution in Russian Intellectual Life: 1835-1905
  305. Shostakovich, Dmitri. Memoirs
  306. Siegelbaum, Lewis. Soviet State and Society Between Revolutions, 1918‑1929
  307. —. Stakhanovism and the Politics of Productivity in the USSR
  308. Siegelbaum, Lewis, and Ronald Suny. Making Workers Soviet: Power, Class, and Identity
  309. Simmons, Ernest. Continuity and Change in Russian and Soviet Thought
  310. Smele, Jonathan. Civil War in Siberia
  311. Smith, Steve. Red Petrograd: Revolution in the Factories
  312. Smith, Theresa. No Asylum: State Psychiatric Repression in the Former USSR
  313. Solzhenitsyn, Alexandr. A Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich
  314. —. Gulag Archipelago
  315. —. Letter to the Soviet Leaders
  316.  Squire, Peter. The Third Department: The Political Police in the Russia of Nicholas I
  317. Stites, Richard. The Women’s Liberation Movement in Russia: Feminism, Ni­hilism, and Bolshevism, 1860‑1930
  318. —. Revolutionary Dreams
  319. —. Russian Popular Culture
  320. Stockdale, Melissa. Paul Miliukov and the Quest for a Liberal Russia, 1880-1918
  321. Suny, Ronald. The Baku Commune, 1917‑1918
  322. —. The Soviet Experiment: RUssia, the USSR< and the Successor States
  323. Surh, Gerald. 1905 in St. Petersburg
  324. Taranovski, Theodore. Reform in Modern Russian History: Progress or Cycle?
  325. Tatu, M. Power in the Kremlin
  326. Taubman, William. Khrushchev. The Man and His Era
  327. Taubman, William, Sergei Khrushchev, and Abbott Gleason. Nikita Khrushchev
  328. Taubman, William, and Jane Taubman. Moscow Spring
  329. Terz, Abram. The Trial Begins
  330. Thaden, Edward. Conservative Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Russia
  331. —. Russification in the Baltic Provinces and Finland, 1855-1914
  332. —. Russia’s Western Borderlands, 1710-1870
  333. Timberlake, Charles. Essays on Russian Liberalism
  334. Tompson, William. Khrushchev: A Political Life
  335. Tökes, Rudolf. Dissent in the USSR
  336. Trotsky, Leon. The Russian Revolution
  337. —. Literature and Revolution
  338. Tucker, Robert. Stalin as Revolutionary
  339. —. Stalin in Power: The Revolution From Above, 1928-1941
  340. Thorniley, Daniel. The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Rural Communist Party, 1929‑1939
  341. Tumarkin, Nina. Lenin Lives! The Lenin Cult in Soviet Russia
  342. —. The Living and the Dead. The Rise and Fall of the Cult of World War II in Russia
  343. Ulam, Adam. The Bolsheviks
  344. —. Expansion and Coexistence: The History of SOviet FOreign Policy, 1917-1967
  345. —. Prophets and Conspirators in Prerevolutionary Russia
  346. —. Stalin
  347. —. The Unfinished Revolution
  348. Vaksberg, Arkady. Stalin’s Prosecutor: The Life of Andrei Vyshinsky
  349. Venturi, Franco. Roots of Revolution: A History of the Populist and Socialist Movements in 19th Century Russia
  350. Verner, Andrew. The Crisis of Russian Autocracy. Nicholas II and the 1905 Revolution
  351. Vilkova, Valentina. The Struggle for Power. Russia in 1923
  352. Viola, Lynne. The Best Sons of the Fatherland. Workers in the Vanguard of Soviet Collectivization
  353. —. Contending with Stalinism. Soviet Power and Popular Resistance in the 1930s
  354. —. Peasant Rebels Under Stalin: Collectivization and the Culture of Peasant Resistance
  355. von Laue, Theodore. Sergei Witte and the Industrialization of Russia
  356. Vucinich, Wayne. The Peasant in Nineteenth Century Russia
  357. —. Social Thought in Tsarist Russia (1861‑1917)
  358. Wade, Rex. Red Guards and Worker’s Militias in the Russian Revolution
  359. Waldron, Peter. Between Two Revolutions: Stolypin and the Politics of Renewal in Russia
  360. —. The End of Imperial Russia, 1855-1917
  361. Walicki, Andrzej. The Legal Philosophies of Russian Liberalism
  362. Wartenweiler, David. Civil Society and Academic Debate in Russia 1905-1914
  363. Wcislo, Francis. Reforming Rural Russia: State, Local Society, and National Politics, 1855-1914
  364. Weinberg, Robert. The Revolution of 1905 in Odessa
  365. Weissman, Neil. Reform in Tsarist Russia: The State Bureaucracy and Local Government, 1900-1914
  366. Westad, Odd Arne. The Fall of Détente: Soviet-American Relations During the Carter Years
  367. —. Reviewing the Cold War: Approaches, Interpretations, Theory
  368. Whittaker, Cynthia. The Origins of Modern Russian Education: An Intellectual Biography of Count Sergei Uvarov, 1786-1855
  369. Williams, Roberts. The Other Bolsheviks. Lenin and His Critics, 1904-1914
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