who if any one won the cold war?

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July 16, 2011

 

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Gorbachev's basics for glasnost were the promotion of principles of freedom to criticize; the loosening of controls on media and publishing; and the freedom of worship. His essentials of perestroika were, a new legislature; creation of an executive presidency; ending of the ?leading role' of the communist party; allowing state enterprises to sell part of their product on the open market; lastly, allowing foreign companies to own Soviet enterprises (Baylis & Smith, 2001...
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The Soviet Union was none the less held together by "?powerful central institutions, pressure for ideological conformity, and the threat of force." (Baylis & Smith, 2001.) Therefore, these new reforms could not overpower the previous ?seventy years' of soviet rule. The many long-term internal causes of the collapse of the Soviet Union centralized around weaknesses in their economy...
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