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Full Name: Anatole Shub
Biography:
(1928-2006) Author, journalist, editor. Anatole Shub was born in the Bronx, New York, and died in Washington, District of Columbia.
Author's Timeline:
1928 Bronx County
Anatole Shub was born in the Bronx, New York, on May 19, 1928. 
2006 (Unknown) County
Anatole Shub died at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, District of Columbia, on July 2, 2006. 
1970 (Unknown) County
An Empire Loses Hope: The Return Of Stalin's Ghost
(Pub: W W Norton ISBN: 0393054195 / 978-0390514196 )
Nonfiction. 
1948 New York County
Mr. Shub graduated from the City College of New York in 1948.  
1969 (Unknown) County
The New Russian Tragedy
(Pub: New York: W W Norton ISBN: 0393053954 / 978-0393053951)
Nonfiction. 
1957 (Unknown) County
Labor In The Soviet Orbit
(Pub: Labor Committee to Release Imprisoned Trade Unionists and Democratic Socialists ISBN: )
Nonfiction. 
1991 (Unknown) County
Soviet Ambivalence In The Gulf Crisis: A Reflection Of Domestic Conflict
(Pub: Office of Research, United States Information Agency ISBN: )
Nonfiction. 
1991 (Unknown) County
Reviving St. Petersburg: An Air Of Freedom Amidst Economic Stress
(Pub: Office of Research, United States Information Agency ISBN: )
Nonfiction. 
1992 (Unknown) County
Two European Communities -- Moving Toward One?
(Pub: Office of Research, United States Information Agency ISBN: )
Nonfiction. 
1992 (Unknown) County
Toward A New Russian Constitution: After Yeltsin's 'Draw' With Congress, A Popular Referendum?
(Pub: Office of Research, United States Information Agency ISBN: )
Nonfiction. 
1992 (Unknown) County
Russian Politics In The Year Of Reform: Democrats, Young Turks, Statists And 'Nashi'
(Pub: Office of Research, United States Information Agency ISBN: )
Nonfiction. 
1992 (Unknown) County
Russia's Privatization Program: Reformist Breakthrough -- Or Too Little, Too Late?
(Pub: Office of Research, United States Information Agency ISBN: )
Nonfiction. 
1993 (Unknown) County
Yeltsin's Retreat: Key Issues In Russia's Multidimensional Power Struggle
(Pub: Office of Research, United States Information Agency ISBN: )
Nonfiction. 
? Kings County
As a child, Mr. Shub lived in the Seagate section of Brooklyn, New York. 
? New York County
Mr. Shub attended Townsend Harris High School. 
? New York County
Mr. Shub attended the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University. 

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