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Here is a segment from Russia 20 Years After in which the author, the exiled Soviet dissident Victor Serge (1890 - 1947), went into some detail to illustrate how deeply paranoid and vicious the Soviet secret police were that they should, time and again, imprison their citizenry for simply making jokes about some of the most mundane aspects of the state bureaucracy.

     


The Police State (Literary Digest, 1937)

The Police State (Literary Digest, 1937)

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