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Soviet dissent

intellectuals, Jews and detente ....

by Albert Axelbank

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Published by Franklin Watts in New York .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL21509785M
ISBN 100531028003
OCLC/WorldCa984105

A Case Study of Dissent in the Soviet Navy by Gregory D. Young Storozhevoy's rush across Baltic Sea into the Swedish territorial waters on November 9, Storozhevoy is on the left, sea border patrol ship on the foregrounbd, Ty airplane is simulating bombing run on Storozhevoy.   Book Overview Emily B. Baran offers a gripping history of how a small, American-based religious community, the Jehovah's Witnesses, found its way into the Soviet Union after World War II, survived decades of brutal persecution, and emerged as one of the region's fastest growing religions after the Soviet Union's collapse in Cited by: 6.

Moscow Turns the Screw East-West detente has had a chilling consequence in Moscow. The long war between repression and dissent has escalated as the Kremlin tried to show the Soviet people that. 'Hornsby argues that dissent during the Khrushchev period was more varied and widespread than customary depictions indicate using archival sources, he contends convincingly that the Soviet leader's primary goal was to maintain political stability without using terror, not to establish greater political freedom.' K. D. Slepyan Source: ChoiceCited by:

Worlds of Dissent analyzes the myths of Czech resistance popularized by Western journalists and historians, and replaces these heroic victory narratives with a picture of the struggle against state repression as dissidents themselves understood and lived it. Their diaries, letters, and essays convey the texture of dissent in a closed society. Soviet Dissent, relies primarily on the Chronicle as her major source of evidence. In addition^ the book is enriched by Alexeyeva's personal involvement both as a collector of information for the Chronicle, and as a leading activist in the samizdat network and a founding member of the Moscow Helsinki Watch : Gene Sosin.


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The Legacy of Soviet Dissent: Dissidents, Democratisation and Radical Nationalism in Russia (BASEES/Routledge Series on Russian and East European Studies Book 17) - Kindle edition by Horvath, Robert. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Legacy of Soviet Dissent: Dissidents Cited by: This book places the dissent movement in the Soviet Union within the framework of modern Russian history. Professor Shatz outlines the historical and geographical conditions that led to a pattern of autocratic rule in Russia, and traces the sources of dissent in both tsarist and Soviet by: COVID Resources.

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Apart from the issue of the extent of dissent, the Soviet dissident movement—and I specifically include the human-rights movement—has contributed over the past decade to transforming the Soviet Union into a somewhat more open society.

That is to say, the dissident movement has helped to bring about the disclosure of important information. This book restores the dissidents to their rightful place in Russian history.

Using a vast array of samizdat and published sources, it shows how ideas formulated in the dissident milieu clashed with the original programme of perestroika, and shaped Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Medvedev, Roy Aleksandrovich, On Soviet dissent. London: Constable, (OCoLC) Document Type.

Mark Hurst explores the British response to Soviet human rights violation, drawing on extensive archival work and interviews with key individuals from the period.

This book examines the network of human rights activists in Britain, and demonstrates that in order to be fully understood, the Soviet dissident movement needs to be considered in an.

Soviet leaders also minded when—thanks to papers smuggled out by dissidents dragged off he had spent a total of 20 years in prison for non-violent dissent.

Grigorenko was a military hero. There was systematic political abuse of psychiatry in the Soviet Union, based on the interpretation of political opposition or dissent as a psychiatric problem. It was called "psychopathological mechanisms" of dissent.

During the leadership of General Secretary Leonid Brezhnev, psychiatry was used to disable and remove from society political opponents ("dissidents") who openly expressed. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Soviet dissent by Albert Axelbank,Franklin Watts edition, in English Soviet dissent ( edition) | Open LibraryCited by: 2. This book places the dissent movement in the Soviet Union within the framework of modern Russian history. Professor Shatz outlines the historical and geographical conditions that led to a pattern of autocratic rule in Russia, and traces the sources of dissent in both tsarist and Soviet Russia.

Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the Soviet dissident writer and Nobel prize winner who revealed the horror of Stalin's brutal labour camps to the world, has died at the age of 89, his son said last night. Read "Conscience, Dissent and Reform in Soviet Russia" by Philip Boobbyer available from Rakuten Kobo.

This book embraces the political, intellectual, social and cultural history of Soviet Russia. Providing a useful perspec Brand: Taylor And Francis. Alexeyeva also met with Governor Nemtsov – a radical reformer and close supporter of President Boris Yeltsin – who told her he had read her book on Soviet dissent and was an active listener of.

Read "The Legacy of Soviet Dissent Dissidents, Democratisation and Radical Nationalism in Russia" by Robert Horvath available from Rakuten Kobo. During the s, dissidents like Sakharov and Solzhenitsyn dominated Western perceptions of the USSR, but were then qui Brand: Taylor And Francis.

As a result, dissent became a somewhat more viable option for Soviet citizens. The concessions that the Soviet dissidents were able to force from the authorities wrought important changes in Soviet society.

Moscow and, to a degree, Leningrad became centers of serious political discussion. As the Soviet press pursued its campaign of vilification against Russian Writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn last week, government officials struck out at yet another target: foreign newsmen.

The 60 Moscow-based Western correspondents were cautioned about their reporting of Soviet dissent and the raging controversy over Solzhenitsyn's new book. Reddaway’s book also places the work of the dissidents within the context of the secretive politics inside the Kremlin, where a tiny elite competed for power—even as the Soviet system was.

At the conclusion of the first chapter of the Douglas book, the Soviet editor retained the remark that, “The dissent we witness is a protest against the belittling of man, against his debasement. x, pages ; 24 cm Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and index Introduction -- The genesis of the Russian intelligentsia -- The formation of a Russian intelligent -- Reason and revolution -- Khrushchev and the de-Stalinization campaign: the development of literary dissent -- The Siniavsky-Daniel trial and its aftermath: legal tactics and organizational efforts -- The Pages: On Soviet Dissent.

Interviews with Piero Ostellino. Roy Medvedev. With Piero Ostellino. Translated by William A. Packer. Edited by George Saunders.Dissent on the Margins How Soviet Jehovah's Witnesses Defied Communism and Lived to Preach About It Emily B.

Baran. First comprehensive study of Jehovah's Witnesses in .