ISSUE: VOLUME 2.03 AUTUMN 1973
Samizdat under Soviet law

Regular publishing

Publishing is normally performed by state or co-operative agencies in the Soviet Union. Individual citizens are not supposed to engage in such activities. They are barred from acquiring duplicating facilities, from using printing equipment, and from running printing establishments. For persons wishing to reproduce and circulate literary works privately, only a few avenues are open, such as producing handwritten or typewritten copies and distributing them from hand to hand. In this issue, Index investigates the legal status of Russia's unofficial and unpublished writings.

with Dietrich A. Lober

South Africa: Frene Ginwala

China: Lynn A. Miles, Lee Ao

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