The Stakhanov Movement Explained
- Year: 1939
- Country: Russia
- Language: English
- Subject: Society, Politics and Culture
- Dimensions: Width: 11.00cm Height: 14.00cm
This pocket-size edition is part of the English-language series published by the Foreign Languages Publishing House in Moscow, which aims at edification of the foreign, particularly American readers, about all the aspects of the Soviet reality. The book is devoted to the Stakhanov Movement, a new system for a more efficient organisation of work. The essay by its initiator, Alexei Stakhanov, explains the underpinnings of the system and is intermingled with photographs of workers and the author himself. The cover's design, belonging to A. Zhitomirsky, uses a relief-like texture. Very good condition, the item fully preserved, very light stains along the spine on the cover, very light scratches on the back cover, light stain on the last page, pencil note on the back cover. 32 pages.
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