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finally collapsed in russia in 1991, many russians were psychologically prepared
to rethink their fundamental political values. the russian government itself
embraced political and economic values imported from the west. at the same time, the
government and other political forces evoked images of the
pre-soviet period, evident in the naming of the parliament the duma
and the readoption of prerevolutionary names for many streets,
squares, and cities. a crisis of russian identity emerged both for
elites and for average citizens. for the elderly in particular, the
post-communist changes appeared to mock the cherished egalitarian
values of soviet society. the generation of pensioners remains the
main constituency of the neo-communist parties, but it is gradually
moving off the historical stage.
millions of well-educated ex-soviet citizens living in urban areas,
the psychological transition has already been made. thousands of
entrepreneurs have taken advantage of the new laws allowing private
enterprise and have opened their own businesses. a new post-soviet
generation is rising to leading positions throughout the country.
many of its members, those in their thirties today, have lived their
entire professional lives in the world of gorbachev抯 perestroika
and the post-soviet market economy. for this generation, the end of
the soviet era was the emancipation they had been waiting for.
contemporary russian political culture is a vibrant mixture of
contradictory elements drawn from the prerevolutionary, soviet, and
post-soviet periods, and enriched with global moral and intellectual
influences. this is a culture in a state of flux: it combines a
resurgence of russian nationalism and orthodox christianity with
survivals of the values of soviet patriotism and collectivism and
with high levels of support for principles associated with liberal
democracy, including political and religious tolerance, political
liberty, individual rights, rights of opposition and dissent,
freedom of speech, and competitive elections. it is a fluid culture,
engaged in active processes of social modernization leading to a
market economy, a law-governed state, and a civil society.