gave all citizens the right to health protection and free access to any health institutions in the ussr. 77-91 online, historiographical essay that covers the scholarship of the three major schools, totalitarianism, revisionism, and post-revisionism. The Stalin Revolution (1965) Davies, Sarah, and James Harris, eds. Ulam, Expansion and Coexistence (1974) pp 11179. At the same time, infant mortality began to rise. Joseph Marie Feldbrugge, Ferdinand (1993). Jews and Jewish Life in Russia and the Soviet Union. Credit was discouraged, but widespread. 210 When a language had been given a writing system and appeared in a notable publication, that language would attain "official language" status. The Soviet Union bordered Afghanistan, China, Czechoslovakia, Finland, Hungary, Iran, Mongolia, North Korea, Norway, Poland, Romania, and Turkey from 1945 to 1991.