Ginzburg in Exile

Karatnycky, Adrian
May 1979
New Republic;5/12/79, Vol. 180 Issue 19, p14
Presents an interview with Soviet human rights advocate Alexander Ginzburg, who went on exile after having spent nine years in Soviet Union prisons. Retention of his human dignity and sense of humor; Banishment and exile as forms of Soviet punishment; Exchange of Ginzburg for spies; One form of punishment substituted for another; Views on the strategic arms limitation treaty (SALT) negotiations and nuclear arms disarmament; Assessment of United States President Jimmy Carter's human rights campaign; Internal environment of Mordovian Camp Number One when he left.


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