The Press: Samizdat West

Anatoly Marchenko, a well-known dissident Soviet author, was sentenced in Kaluga last week to four years of banishment, probably to Siberia. The story of that case has not yet appeared in the West, but it will break this week in the latest issue of A Chronicle of Human Rights in the USSR, a bimonthly magazine published in Manhattan. Since its founding two years ago last month, the little Chronicle, which is edited by Valery Chalidze and Pavel Litvinov, a pair of liberal Soviet exiles now living in the U.S., has become one of the...

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