Stephen Kotkin recounted the early life and political ascendancy of Joseph Stalin in his book, Stalin: Volume 1 - Paradoxes of Power, 1878-1928, the first of his planned three-volume biography of the Soviet leader. Professor Kotkin spoke at the University of Pennsylvania Bookstore in Philadelphia. close
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