Title

The Factors That Determine Soviet Governmental Response to Dissident Writers in the Post-Stalin Era

Publication Year

1974

Keywords

Soviet Union, Soviet governmental response, dissident writers, Post-Stalin era, Cold War, Stalin

Disciplines

European History | Military History | Political History | Political Science | Russian Literature | Slavic Languages and Societies

Abstract

The Cold War is over; in 1974 the United States moves into a period of carefully arranged detente with her co-power, the Soviet Union. Brotherhood, however, remains a distant dream, and thus we are still left with the difficult realities of living in peace with a country that we're not certain we trust and that we know we do not completely understand.

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