We The Living
Ayn Rand's first novel is set in post-revolutionary Russia, when "citizen" was the Party-preferred mode of obligatory interpersonal address, as opposed to the subsequent "comrade".
Those who believe the former USA has irretrievably turned a corner should consider reading WTL for insights into the coming months and years.
And don't feel intimidated by Rand's reputation for voluminous philosophizing. WTL is, as was recommended to me, both a useful entry into her worldview and a terrifying recitation of what life in a nascent Communist regime is like.
Best to be learning the origins of the new social compact, especially if you are planning to go Kolchak.