In the horrible aftermath of the Armenian earthquake of 1988, which left thousands dead and many more destitute, General Secretary Gorbachev rushed home following his speech at the United Nations in New York to console victims and implement rescue efforts. Glasnost' was already official policy in the USSR, and the General Secretary wanted to hear from the people. What he heard, however, came as a stunning surprise to ...more »
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