“The purpose of this book,” says Mikhail S. Gorbachev, “is to talk without intermediaries to the citizens of the whole world about things that, without exception, concern us all..I am convinced that they, like me, worry about the future of our planet. Frank in his criticism of the past, trenchant in his recommendations for the present, the General Secretary is unswerving in his conviction that the needs of the world are inseparable from those of his country. For, in the search for a “nuclear-free” non-violet world,” restructuring must be a global affair, and involve furthering the cause of understanding and tolerance. The state and peoples of the earth are very different, and it is good that they are so.very different.
Perestroika – Mikhail S. Gorbachev | Easton Press 1996
Mikhail S. Gorbachev
Easton Press, 1996
Easton Press, 1996. Bound in full leather, gilt decorations. All edges gilt. A beautiful copy in Mint condition, LIKE NEW.