The Kremlin's Dilemma: The Struggle for Human Rights in Eastern Europe

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The Kremlin's Dilemma: The Struggle for Human Rights in Eastern Europe

By Tufton Beamish and Guy Hadley
Presidio Press, 1979
280 pp. $12.95
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A rundown on the status of human rights and freedom in six East European states, pointing up the differences among them. Not an exhaustive review of how the provisions of the Helsinki Final Act have been observed or violated, but rather a lively journalistic account giving a substantially accurate picture. The authors believe Helsinki has given the West a golden opportunity to challenge the Kremlin on this issue.

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