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Anatoly and Avital Shcharansky: The Journey Home

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Unknown Binding, 317 pages
Published January 1st 1986 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt P
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Elaine Cougler
Oct 09, 2016 Elaine Cougler rated it liked it
Written by writers on the Jerusalem Post, this tale of a famous dissident's long road to freedom is often maudlin and borders on didacticism. It was a struggle to finish and, indeed, I left off the last 60-70 pages. The reason I read as long as I did was my interest in the Soviet system and its reprehensible disregard for law, order and personal freedom.
Jun 06, 2009 Kirsten rated it really liked it
Shelves: historical
hoping for a great sequel to "Fear No Evil"...
ok, not a sequel to Shcharansky's autobiography, but a concurrent book, written by members of the news media (notably, the Jerusalem Post, including Wolf Blitzer)...
I strongly remember the concerns and prayers and activism on behalf of the Soviet-Jewry during my high school/college days (I'm dating myself).

This book complements the autobiography by telling the bigger story of Shcharansky's struggles (especially in prison) on behalf of not only the S
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