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 The Gates of November

The letter had to carry the signatures of several leaders of the Jewish movement. The letter was written on April 10, 1973, and signed by Kirill Khenkin, Benjamin Levich, Victor Polsky, Vladimir Slepak, and Alexander Voronel, and it was sent through a tourist to Senator Jackson. On April 10, 1973, a special press conference was held by the dissidents in the apartment of Kirill Khenkin, a journalist and translator, who lived in a Stalinesque skyscraper on Kotelnicheskaya Naberezhnaya. Four of the Jewish dissidents were there, and three or four foreign correspondents. Copies of the letter to Senator Jackson were distributed to the correspondents. To write, mail, and distribute such a letter meant, in VolodyaБЂ™s words, БЂњthat, as we say in Russian, we took all the blows and all the fire on ourselves.БЂ« But the KGB stayed silent; it was the time of dц©tente, and apparently the authorities did not want trouble with foreign correspondents in the heart of Moscow. From within the ranks of the Russian dissidents, Andrei Sakharov sent an open letter to the U.S

 The Gates of November

Volodya had earlier explained to her that Buryats were of Mongolian stock and were called Buryats on this side of the border and Mongols on the Mongolian side. Mongolia, Masha of course knew, was a puppet client state of the Soviet Union. The Buryats invited by Masha into the Slepak apartment later invited the Slepaks into their apartments. Masha and Volodya noticed they had covered their windows with curtains, and their floors with cartons and plastic, and their doors with felt. Volodya built a lamp for the kitchen and a wall desk and a desk lamp for himself. On the wall over the desk he hung photographs of Andrei Sakharov, Natan Shcharansky, Ida Nudel, Iosif Begun, and Yuri Orlov. Near their bed were photographs of Sanya and Leonid. To his delight, Volodya discovered that the bookstore in Tsokto-Khangil-stocked with the usual pens, pencils, maps, notebooks, periodicals, childrenБЂ™s books, and adult books-also had on its shelves volumes difficult to obtain even in Moscow. Masha began to buy childrenБЂ™s books, intending to send them to her grandchildren abroad so they could read and not forget the Russian language

 The Gates of November

The Road to Modern Jewish Politics. New York: Oxford University Press, 1989. Levin, Nora. The Jews in the Soviet Union Since 1917. New York: New York University Press, 1990. 2 vols. Levitas, Isaac. The Jewish Community in Russia, 1844-1917. Jerusalem: Posner and Sons, 1981. Lewin, Moshe. The Making of the Soviet System. New York: Pantheon Books, 1985. Lewis, Jonathan, and Philip Whitehead. Stalin: A Time for Judgment. New York: Pantheon, 1990. Lih, Larst; Oleg V. Naumon, and Oleg V. Khlevniuk, eds. StalinБЂ™s Letters to Molotov. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1995. Lord, Walter. The Good Years. New York: Harper, 1960. Lourie, Richard. Russia Speaks. New York: Edward Burlingame Books, 1991. Lozansky, Edward D., ed. Andrei Sakharov and Peace. New York: Avon Books, 1985. Lutz, Jessie Gregory. China and the Christian Colleges, 1850-1950. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1971. Malia, Martin. The Soviet Tragedy: A History of Socialism in Russia, 1917-1991. New York: Free Press, 1994. McCullough, David W

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