Did enforced sobriety cause the death of the USSR?

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Open air Soviet beer pub
“Moon-shiners” used up most of the retail sugar in the country
Parfumes and colognes became new vodka substitutes
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Photo by Nick Night on Unsplash — Tallinn, Estonia
Plov (pilaf) — the most famous dish in Uzbekistan

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A former Medical Doctor turned VC/PE enthusiast

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