"Political scientist Dina Spechler relates the entire saga of Novyy Mir during the years that it was the bellwether of reformers. She has combed each issue of the journal for diverse themes of what she terms permitted dissent' and links them to concomitant political events. Spechler's enterprise verges on the monumental.... Permitted Dissent in the USSR highlight[s] some central questions of ethics."-Problems of Communism
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