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I Love My Land (Tribute to Women) – Soviet Film Project

“I Love My Land (Tribute to Women)” is a Soviet film documenting the lives of Soviet women in the latter half of the 20th century. The Soviet Union provided equal opportunities for women in work and education, and women were given equal pay for equal work. This film presents several short profiles of Soviet women […]

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In the USSR, The Right to Work – Soviet Film Project

“In the USSR, The Right to Work” documents the working lives of the Soviet people and the opportunities which existed to pursue fulfilling careers. The Right to Work for all Soviet people was guaranteed by the Constitution of the USSR. Industrialization and collectivization in the 1920s ensured that unemployment had been entirely eliminated in the

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View from Left Field: Celebration of the 80th Anniversary of Great October Socialist Revolution (1997)

The Party of Communists USA is happy to present a recording of the celebration of the 80th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, held in 1997 at the Case de las Americas in Manhattan, New York. This event was a production of U. S. Friends of Northstar Compass, predecessor to today’s U. S. Friends

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Festival of Friendship and Labor – Soviet Film Archive

The Soviet Film Project presents a documentary on the Festival of Friendship and Labor of Socialist Countries. The event was celebrated on the occasion of the construction of the Druzhba “Friendship” Pipeline in the Soviet Union. To this day, the Druzhba pipeline is the longest oil pipeline in Europe, stretching from the Urals in Russia

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