Life Among the Refuseniks

Gold, Herbert
August 1974
New Republic;8/24/74, Vol. 171 Issue 8, p15
Recounts a hunger strike among the Refuseniks advocating for a legal permission to emigrate from the Soviet Union. Citations of the scientists and doctors involved in the hunger strike; Motives behind the refusal of the Soviet government to give a legal exit to the Jews; Impetus to the tension between the Refuseniks and other immigrants in the region; Organization of a demonstration by a former senior scientist in a research institute in Refusenik.


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