Igor Golomstock

Igor Golomstock, formerly curator of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow, is likewise a writer for the BBC. 

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  • September 1986

    Big Brother Sits for a Portrait

    What Khrushchev in his secret speech at the Congress of the Soviet Communist Party called "Stalin's cult of personality" is, in fact, the most common and the most stable component of totalitarianism—the cult of the leader.

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