Solzhenitsyn with A Grain of Salt

Morris, Roger
August 1975
New Republic;8/16/75, Vol. 173 Issue 7/8, p10
Aalyzes writings and speeches of Russian scholar Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and his views about the U.S. Appreciation of his conviction; Information on his speech delivered in Washington D.C.; Assertion that Solzhenitsyn's views on post World War II division of Europe is distorted; Criticism of evils of the Soviet system; Claim that Solzhenitsyn is on firmer ground in his preachments about the evils of the Soviet system at home.


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