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Samizdat in the Former Soviet Bloc
Samizdat in the former Soviet bloc
  • The gradually mounting role of radical media in the Soviet bloc from the 1960s through 1991
  • Radical media in the Prague Spring
  • Polish Solidarnosc (Solidarity) and samizdat
  • The newspaper Robotnik
  • The NOWA underground publishing operation
  • From martial law in 1981 to the Communist collapse of 1989

Although many factors came together in the collapse of the former Soviet bloc, radical media were a formidable element in the brew. The Soviet system, launched originally in the midst of the bloodbath of World War I in the name of peace, bread, and justice, was an undertaking that marked the 20th century in many ways; tragically, many of its achievements were for ill in the revolution's homeland and neighboring nations. For some, the ...

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