The Greatest Catastrophe of the 20th Century. Or, How the Soviet Union Disintegrated in 1991.: SHORT STORY # 31. Nonfiction series #1 - # 60. by Alla P. Gakuba

The Greatest Catastrophe of the 20th Century. Or, How the Soviet Union Disintegrated in 1991…

byAlla P. Gakuba

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The Soviet Union disintegration in 1991 was a curse and not a blessing for the USA and the Western Europe. Their economies eventually spiraled down due to rampant laws of a fee market economy, categorized by "expansion in all directions without any restrictions."

The USA is sinking from $20 trillion debts, and $17 trillion personal debts; middle class disappeared; 1 in 2 Americans live in poverty or under poverty line; and jobs are shipped to China, India, and another countries where the labor is cheap and plenty.  European countries teeter along as zombie states that have no oil and no raw resources and must live under austerity, leading to joblessness and despair. Eastern countries are rising, and western countries are in decline.

Oil and natural resources are disappearing. Further, the demands of overpopulation on Earth has created  ecological disaster, climate change, and pollution. The planet is in peril from overpopulation and from the impending ecological holocaust. When were peoples' lives better? Before 1991? Or today? How today global capitalism survive economic, environmental, and overpopulation catastrophe? Is there a future for the planet under current single global capitalism? Please read answers in this story.

Title:The Greatest Catastrophe of the 20th Century. Or, How the Soviet Union Disintegrated in 1991…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:December 4, 2016Publisher:Know-How SkillsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1943131619

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