The New Exiles

Fenyvesi, Charles
September 1978
New Republic;9/23/78, Vol. 179 Issue 13, p21
Focuses on the emigrants from Eastern Europe who are most often determined by the Communist governments. Fact that passports for tourists and emigrants, expulsion decrees and revocations of citizenship have become a hard currency of detente; Emergence of the new-model emigrants which include Marxists who accept the "socialist transformation of society," or the total collective of the means of production, but oppose the current totalitarian practice; Official policy in the Soviet Union in the shipping out of undesirable elements; Perception on emigration as the key human right in the United States; Information on the landmark case of Zdenek Mlynar, the highest ranking Communist to settle in the West.


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