To build a castle: my life as a dissenter
Ethics and Public Policy Center, Feb 1, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 438 pages
Expelled Soviet political protester and activist recounts his dozen years imprisoned in jails, labor camps and psychiatric hospitals, his fight for change and freedom, and profiling modern daily Russian existence
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