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Mikhail Gorbachev: I’m bashed for Glasnost, but it was key for change

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The USSR’s first and last president, Mikhail Gorbachev, turns 90 on Tuesday. In an interview with Tass News Agency, he revealed what he believes was his greatest achievement in life, the prospects of reviving the Soviet Union, the need for change and his favorite books. – What is your biggest achievement in life? – Perestroika, of course, and everything that goes with it. It is my profound conviction that perestroika was necessary, and that we were moving in the right direction. Our greatest achievement inside the country was that people gained freedom and put an end to the totalitarian system. This explains…

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