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ON THE LIMITS OF SPEECH FREEDOM DURING KHRUSHCHEV’ “THAW”
Dautova Rezida Vagizovna, Candidate of historical sciences, associate professor, sub-department of theory and application of electronic mass media, Kazan (Volga region) Federal University named after V. I. Ulyanov-Lenin, RVagiz@yandex.ru
The article analyzes limiting the freedom of speech problem of during the Khrushchev "thaw". Loud debunking of the Stalin cult, the atmosphere of reform stimulated the rise of public sentiment. However, another marked illusion of spiritual freedom faced punitive policy of the Party and state, guarding the borders of the Soviet Union information. The author uses material from Volga region autonomous republics history. Specific features of provincial "anti-Soviet"’s and the specifics of the main charges at their address are disclosed according to the data from the different nature of contingent. Particular attention in the analysis of the situation is paid to the role the media: banned foreign broadcasts, which are specially jammed in the Soviet Union, and Soviet newspapers in which citizens have written anonymous letters.
freedom of speech, the illusion of spiritual freedom, information borders, anti-Soviet, foreign radio stations.
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