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The Economics of Forced Labor - by Paul R. Gregory

The Economics of Forced Labor - by Paul R. Gregory Civil Rights Famous Historical Events Tragedies and Triumphs World War II Social Studies

Forced-labor camps split-up families, ruined lives, killed people and took an economic toll on the Soviet Union.  This book helps to explain some of the other losses which the camps caused:

We also learn of the day-to-day costs of maintaining the Gulag and the great costs of coercion - lost productivity and rising criminality.

Thanks to the publisher and Google Books, parts of this work are available for online reading.


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Image online, courtesy publisher and Google Books.

 

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