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22 December, 08:15

Which describes the main difference between perestroika and glasnost?

Perestroika produced more freedoms in civilian life, while glasnost reduced military power.

Perestroika reformed the military, while glasnost reduced government oversight of the economy.

Perestroika dismantled nuclear weapons, while glasnost reduced government oversight of journalists.

Perestroika relaxed government control of the economy, while glasnost expanded freedom of the press.

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  1. 22 December, 10:03
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    Perestroika relaxed government control of the economy, while glasnost expanded freedom of the press is the correct answer.

    Explanation:

    Perestroika is the practice to reform the economic and political system and its aim was to restructure the political and economic system in the soviet union whereas glasnost is the policy that aims to deliver the country's administration and government institutions transparent and increase the openness in the government organizations.

    Executing the policy of perestroika generated economic, political, and social confusion in the soviet union whereas implementing glasnost leads to the revolutions within the Soviet states.
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