197 apparatus in all of world history, forcing it before the collective tribunal and judgment of mankind; he has also succeeded in once again focusing world attention on the most crucial issues in the world communist movement-issues which, especially since the death of Togliatti, Moscow has done its best to bury. Perhaps most important, especially in this day of Solzhenitsyn has forced us to take another look at that "charming meadow"-to quote from his Nobel Lecture-which we have persisted in seeing for so long when dealing with the orbis sovieticus; he has reminded us that the "improbable salamander," to which he likens the Gulag Archipelago, "is still alive." A simply incredible human journey! From the disparaging remarks of a Soviet artillery officer about Stalin in letters to a friend-to the far-flung shores of Gulag; from a cancer clinic in Tashkent-to an instrument of de-Stalinization and candidate for the Lenin Prize in Literature; from expelled member of the Soviet Writers' Union and unpublishable author in his homeland-to Nobel laureate and the supreme act of courage that resulted in the publication of Arkhipelag GULag. And all of this because Solzhe- nitsyn looked at the Archipelago "through a crevice!" One wonders what would have happened had he acquired the "towering perspective" - of which he speaks in the introduc- tion to the second volume of Arkhipelag GULag. Would he have been able to bear it? Would we? Purdue University STUDIES IN COMPARATIVE COMMUNISM An International Interdisciplinary Journal . The Spring/Summer 1975 issue is devoted to foreign policy A Symposium on comparative Communist foreign policy with contributions by David FINLEY, Charlcs GATI, Arnold HORELICK, Roger KANET, Henry KRISCH, James ROSENAU, Alvin RUBINSTEIN, Jan TRISKA and Lawrence WHETTEN Reprints of this symposium are available at Excellent supplementary material for courses in comparative foreign policy, international politics, as well as specialized courses on government and politics of the Sovict Union. Eastern Eurooe. and China ' * * * Autumn '75 issue is devoted to The Science of Communist Politics: Political Science Textbooks on the Soviet Union, China, and Eastern Europe (Rudolf L. T6k6s, Editor, with contributions by Vernon V. ASPATURIAN, Thomas P. BERNSTEIN, Alexander DALLIN, Steven GOLDSTEIN, Erik P. HOFFMANN, Barbara W. JANCAR, Joseph LA PALOMBARA Spring '76 issue will be devoted to leadership and political succession in the Communist world (Andrzej KORBONSKI, guest editor, with contributions by Carl BECK, Edward GONZALEZ, Ghita IONESCU, Robert ROGERS, Bradley SCHARF, William WELSH, William ZIMMERMAN). Published quarterly by the School of International Relations, University of Southern California, VKC 330, Los Angeles, Calif. 90007. Subscriptions: Individuals $10 a year, institutions, $16 a year ,
The Soviet and Post Soviet Review – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1975
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