Politician (born 25-Apr-1946)
SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Graham Frazer; George Lancelle. Absolute Zhirinovsky: A Transparent View of the Distinguished Russian Statesman. Penguin. 1994. 157pp.
Vladimir Kartsev. Zhirinovsky: An Insider's Account of Yeltsin's Chief Rival and "Bespredel" -- The New Russian Roulette. New York: Columbia University Press. 1995. 198pp.
Scot Overbey. Vladimir Zhirinovsky: The Man Who Would Be Gog. Oklahoma City, OK: Hearthstone Publishing. 1994. 147pp. Armaggeddonish tripe. Publisher's note reads, "Some 2,600 years ago, the prophet Ezekiel declared that in the last days a massive assault force, led by Russia under a leader named 'Gog', will invade the land of Israel. Could it be that rising political star, Russian ultra-nationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky is the man who would be Gog?"
Vladimir Solovyov; Elena Klepikova. Translated by Catherine A. Fitzpatrick. Zhirinovsky: Russian Fascism and the Making of a Dictator. Reading, MA: Addison Wesley. 1994. 256pp.
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