The Revolution in Science and Technology and the Development of the Soviet Worker

Russian Studies in Philosophy 15 (1):45-47 (1976)

Abstract

The revolution in science and technology is exercising a tremendous influence on production. To me as a worker these changes are quite familiar, as is their effect on the development of the Soviet worker and the influence of the development of the technological base of production on the rise in the workers' level of education and culture

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