Experiences with the Iron Curtain Press
Keywords:Rusia, Soviet Union, Soviet Press, Voice of America
AbstractMassing's article reports on a research project which the Rutgers Department of Sociology was conducting that called for a continuous analysis of Iron Curtain reactions to the broadcasts of the Voice of America. The source material studied is a specified sample of Soviet and Satellite newspapers, periodicals, and radio broadcasts.
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