Reviewed work(s): Lithuania Awakening. by Alfred Erich Senn
Contemporary Sociology, Vol. 21, No. 3 (May, 1992), pp. 310-311
The resent changes in Easter Europe and the former Soviet Union have attracted enormous public attention and produced a large quantity of literature, from articles by leading Sovietologists to theoretical books about the phenomenon of Socialism. Much of it is topical and will be forgotten very soon. Some of it will have historical value. In the latter category, Lithuania Awakining chronicles, with commendable thoroughness and lack of bias, the emergence of one of the Baltic states from its fifty-year thralldom.
To be continued...