"Soviet intellectual dissent in the 70s"


Fruim Yurevich



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48 minutes


Yurevich, a senior lecturer in Russian language at University of Oregon, participated in the efforts to elevate the Russian program at UO to full department status. He also taught at Portland State University. In these remarks, Prof. Yurevich discusses the present state of intellectual dissent in the Soviet Union and points out that due to the current political climate there, many outstanding intellectuals and writers have been forced to emigrate.

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Practical Politics, Soviet Union

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Reel to reel, 7.50 ips, 2 track, mono


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