Cottage Cheese

Husarka, Anna
January 1993
New Republic;1/4/93-1/11/93, Vol. 208 Issue 1/2, p18
Focuses on the economic conditions in Russia with the emergence of free market economy. Struggle of Russians to adapt to the free market; Decline in standard of living with the fall in the value of ruble; Loss of perks for employees with the introduction of the free market; Development of black- or gray-market operations in Russia to adapt to the free market; Idiosyncrasies introduced into Russian sexual life following the emergence of the free market.


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