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Schapiro was of Russian-Jewish background; his father, Max, was the University of Glasgow -educated son of a wealthy businessman who owned a timber mill and forests outside Riga , Latvia ; his mother, Leah, was a Polish rabbi's daughter. Petersburg , when his father took a position in railway administration. Schapiro's most famous book was The Communist Party of the Soviet Union , first published in with a revised and expanded edition in He was chairman of the Institute for the Study of Conflict in He wrote many books about communism, particularly in the context of the Soviet Union. Shapiro's traditional liberalism alienated him from those scholars more sympathetic to the goals, if not the means of Soviet socialism, such as E. After his death, some of his scattered articles were collected in the volume Russian Studies