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eBook Permitted Dissent in the USSR: Novy Mir and the Soviet Regime download ISBN: 0275909077
Author: Dina R. Speckler,Dina Spechler
Publisher: Praeger (March 15, 1982)
Language: English
Pages: 293
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Permitted dissent in the USSR : Novy mir and the Soviet regime. The Soviet Union after Brezhnev. New York, Heinemann Educational Books: 40-61. Feldbrugge, F. J. M. (1975)

Permitted dissent in the USSR : Novy mir and the Soviet regime. 293 p. Tökés, R. L. (1974). Dissent: The Politics for Change in the USSR. Soviet politics and society in the 1970's. H. W. Morton, R. Tökés and J. N. Hazard. e. New York, The Free Press: 3-59. Dissent in the USSR : politics, ideology, and people. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press. 453 p. Viola, L. (2002). (1975). Samizdat and political dissent in the Soviet Union. Leyden, A. Sijthoff.

By Dina Rome Spechler.

Permitted Dissent in the USSR: Novy Mir and the Soviet Regime. New York: Praeger, 1982. Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 27 January 2017.

Novy mir and the Soviet regime. Permitted dissent in the . Published 1982 by Praeger in New York, . New York: Praeger Publishers, 1982.

ISBN13:9780030606212.

Dina R. Spechler, Permitted Dissent in the USSR; ‘Novyi mir’ and the Soviet regime (New York . V. Lakshin, Solzhenitsyn, Tvardovsky and Novy Mir (Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1980) pp. 80–1. Spechler, Permitted Dissent in the USSR; ‘Novyi mir’ and the Soviet regime (New York: Praeger, 1982). 43. 50. Dewhirst and R. Farrell (eds), The Soviet Censorship (Metuchen, New Jersey: Scarecrow Press, 1973) p. 17; Frankel, pp. 162–3.

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Political scientist Dina Spechler relates the entire saga of Novyy Mir during the years that it was the bellwether of reformers. Permitted Dissent in the USSR highlight some central questions of ethics. -Problems of Communism.