The Factors That Determine Soviet Governmental Response to Dissident Writers in the Post-Stalin Era
Soviet Union, Soviet governmental response, dissident writers, Post-Stalin era, Cold War, Stalin
European History | Military History | Political History | Political Science | Russian Literature | Slavic Languages and Societies
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.
Thiele, L. (1974). The Factors That Determine Soviet Governmental Response to Dissident Writers in the Post-Stalin Era (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/401