Soviet Treatment of Jews - Internationalization of an Internal Issue
ARMY WAR COLLEGE CARLISLE BARRACKS PA CARLISLE BARRACKS
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The study examines the history of Jews in the Soviet Union, recent Russian pressures to assimilate them into the Soviet society, and Senator Henry M. Jacksons amendments to the Foreign Trade Act tying Soviet emigration practices to granting of increased trade privileges with the US. The fact of the broad diversity and complexity of the Soviet ethnic question is underscored and is suggested as worthy of consideration for further sensitive exploitation.