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In the inner circle Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

In the inner circle

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

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Phonoscopy is a new science.From a Moscow phone booth, a Russian intellectual has attempted to inform the US government that Stalin has the technology to manufacture the A-bomb.Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn tells the story of Stalins repressive laws that fostered forced labor on the educated elite. Their confinement is meant to produce the latest technology to meet and exceed the Wests gains after WWII. The sentences were from 10-25 years as needed by the authorities.The costs...freedom: physical and intellectual, separation from wives, children, and parents, psychological threats of longer sentences, inability to be with wives intimately for the entire confinement, intimidation, reduced food allowances, and betrayal from fellow scientists and engineers.The recognition of the voice from the phone booth is essential to Stalin. He must know the name of the informant and all in the future who are against his dictatorship. There are deadlines pronounced on the confined and consequences if the date is not met.This is a horrific story of a radicalized government led by a paranoid, sadistic dictator.Highest Recommendation