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Overview of the Igor Aleksandrovich Dashkevich Papers
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Correspondence, writings, samizdat publications, and photographs, relating to political dissent in the Soviet Union, and to the establishment of independent labor organizations in post-Soviet Russia.
Igor Aleksandrovich Dashkevich, a Russian dissident and journalist, was a political activist from Saint Petersburg who was involved in establishing independent trade unions and independent political and trade union publications during and immediately after the collapse of the Soviet system.
6 manuscript boxes (2.4 linear feet)
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