- Jun 2019
1990's were an inevitable consequence of complete collapse of soviet economy in the 80's. A lot of workers were busy doing absolutely noI'm pretty sure that you've never lived through the 1990's and early 2000's.
useful work in the USSR, and they could not integrate into the free market immediately. On the other hand the state had no money for unemployment
compensations. Of course, the civil war in Georgia increased these disasters dramatically.
But keeping late soviet status quo could lead to much more sad consequences.