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Moscow Airlift - Marc Liebman


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Moscow Airlift - Marc Liebman


In 1991, Gorbachev signs the historic US/Soviet grain deal, committing the Soviets to purchasing eight million tons of grain over the next five years. In response, inflation in the Soviet Union ris