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The case of Leonid Plyushch

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Published by Westview Press in Boulder, Colo .
Written in English



  • Soviet Union.


  • Pli͡ushch, Leonid Ivanovich, 1939-,
  • Political prisoners -- Soviet Union

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Edition Notes

Statementtranslated from the Russian by Marite Sapiets, Peter Reddaway, and Caryl Emerson ; editor of the Russian ed., Tatyana Khodorovich ; introd. by Peter Reddaway.
LC ClassificationsHV8959.R9 K4913 1976
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 152 p. :
Number of Pages152
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4878394M
ISBN 100891586008
LC Control Number76006094

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  Leonid Plyushch, a Ukrainian mathematician who became a leading political dissident in the Soviet era, prompting the Kremlin to commit him to a . Press Photo Soviet Leonid Plyushch and wife address Paris news conference. Soviet mathematician Leonid Plyushch, right, and his wife Tatyana address a Paris news conference Tuesday. Plyushch, who spent almost three years in Soviet mental institutions, described painful injections, beatings and measures 10 x Rating: % positive. Sorry, our data provider has not provided any external links therefore we are unable to provide a link to the full by: 1. Igor Rostislavovich Shafarevich ForMemRS (Russian: И́горь Ростисла́вович Шафаре́вич; 3 June – 19 February ) was a Russian mathematician who contributed to algebraic number theory and algebraic wrote books and articles that criticize socialism, and was an important dissident during the Soviet regime. Doctoral advisor: Boris Delaunay.

The third part of the book includes character references ("Leonid Plyushch through the Eyes of his Friends") and describes the activities of Plyushch's wife, sister and friends on his behalf. In their entreaties and appeals to the courts, the organs of public prosecution and the security. Plyushch's letters to her later formed the basis of the book The Case of Leonid Plyushch, first published in Russian in by an Amsterdam publisher, and translated in English two years later, which received attention in medical ethics journals. [11] Leonid Plyushch, a mathematician and a member of the Action Group for the Defence of Human Rights [see Reddaway, p. ]. His home was searched on 14 January in connection with case No. Samizdat materials and his own manuscripts were confiscated. Book Review. The Case of Leonid Plyushch (1 December, ) A V Campbell. Health Care: The Growing Dilemma (1 December, ) Kenneth Boyd. Correspondence. The utilization of animals (1 December, ) Stuart M. Brown. Issue Information. Table of Contents (PDF).