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Social Welfare in the Soviet Union. By Bernice Q. Madison. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1968.
Social Welfare in the Soviet Union. Harvard University, Boston University. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 27 January 2017.
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University of British Columbia. This book provides, in a highly readable and concise form, a picture of social welfare in the USSR and is a distinctive contribution to our knowledge of Soviet society.
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Madison, Bernice Q. Social Security and Medicine in the USSR. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1977. Osborn, Robert J. Soviet Social Policies: Welfare, Equality, and Community. Homewood, IL: Dorsey Press, 1970. Boston: Wiley & Sons, 1971. Ryan, T. M. The Organization of Soviet Medical Care. London: Basil Blackwell, 1978.
The Soviet Union established social programmes such as old-age pensions, maternity leave benefits, and socialized .
The Soviet Union established social programmes such as old-age pensions, maternity leave benefits, and socialized medicine. 1 The regime also claimed success in establishing equality for women.
The Soviets were playing by a completely different paradigm, and the terms we use to describe ourselves don't . An example of a welfare state is today's Greece (there are many examples but Greece has been in the news enough you may know well the things I'll mention).
The Soviets were playing by a completely different paradigm, and the terms we use to describe ourselves don't really fit them. For at least 40 years "the people" have been voting themselves more and more.