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League for Repatriation of Russian Jews..

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Leningrad trials.--

6, 31, 97, 98, 257, 264, 268, 283, 285
Protests against---

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Library of Congress : Article on Soviet Jews---

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Long, Congressman Clarence D.: Record statement.---

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McClellan, Rev. Graydon E.:

Biography
Statement

Testimony
McClory, Congressman Robert: Record statement---

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Maass, Richard :

Biography

Testimony
Markish, D.: Open letter from.
Markish, Ester: open letter from----
Mathias, Senator Charles McC., Jr.: Record statement -
Meir, Premier Golda, cited on violence as disservice to Soviet Jews----
Mitchell, Attorney-General John-----
Morganthu, Hans J.:

Biography
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Statement
Testimony

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Parole policy of United States toward Soviet Jews.---

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Peyser, Congressman Peter A.: Record statement-

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Podell, Congressman Bertram L.: Record statement-

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Polansky, Sol, testimony of_---

49
Political prisoners, Jewish, in Soviet Union..

229, 257
Public opinion effecting emigration of Soviet Jews------ 23, 27, 42, 129, 211, 266

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Rabbis in Soviet Union.---

12, 57, 114
Racial Discrimination, International Convention on the Elimination of all
Forms of..

21, 26
Text

244
"Reign of terror," whether Soviet Jews now live under a.

40, 49, 51, 137
Religious services of Soviet Jews.-

12
Rese rch Institute for Soviet Jewry-

3
Resolutions concerning Soviet Jewry-

1, 5, 21, 36, 113
H. Con. Res. 390 (Anderson-O'Neill)

5, 38, 122, 131, 191
State Department views concerning---

45
Rhodes, Congressman John J.: Record statement..

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Rigerman, Leonid, case of ----

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Rosenblum, Louis : Record statement-

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Ryan, Congressman William F.: Testimony-

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Segal, Rabbi Zev, testimony of..

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Scheuer, Congressman James H. :
Testimony

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Letter to President Nixon.-

34
Sheer, Rabbi Charles : letter to Richard Davies_

231
Sisk, Congressman B. F.: Record statement.--

198
Soviet educational policy toward Jews; article concerning-.

251
Soviet Government:
Could benefit from emigration of Jews.

18
Holding Jews as political prisoners--

229, 257
Policies toward Jews_---

3, 4, 207, 267
Affected by concern about losing educated citizens_
Affected by public opinion.---

23, 27, 42, 129, 209, 266
As element in Soviet Middle East policies

8
Policies toward other minorities---

52
Policies toward religions generally-

208
Status of other minorities under--

31, 66, 69, 74, 104, 122
Soviet Jews (see also Emigration, Soviet Government.)
Assimilation of_----

13
Brussels Conference on.

210, 267, 296
Compared to other minorities within Soviet Union_.

31,

66, 69, 74, 104, 122, 141, 207, 208
Compared to other oppressed minorities outside Soviet Union..

31
In Northern Ireland --

35, 65
Conditions since 1967----

41, 147
Forms of discrimination against (see also Rabbis, Synagogues) -- 61, 113, 143
History of_---

36, 263, 264
Living in a "reign of terror".

40, 49, 51, 137
Location of -

207
Most can never leave country-

11, 77
New "militance" among--

-41, 210
Effect on other Soviet minorities--

92
Effect on Soviet policies--

210
Normal life for, forbidden them.-

-60, 207
Number of --

3, 57, 94, 207
Religious practices limited.

36, 142
Soviet policies toward.

(See Soviet Government.)
Status under czars---
Soviet-U.S. relations on Soviet Jewry (see also Soviet Government, U.S.
Government

6, 53
Sprayregan, Joel J., record statement-
Stalin, Josef

95, 98, 102, 207
Synagogues in Soviet Union..

12, 29, 52, 74, 126, 150

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Union of Councils for Soviet Jews---

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United Nations : role of, in dealing with Soviet Jews__ 7, 26, 76, 100, 111, 119, 124
Human Rights Commission -

43
International Court of Justice

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General Assembly---

43, 82, 124
Statements of Soviet Ambassador Malik.

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United States :
Christian churches' role on Soviet Jewry-

121
Role of Jewish groups within, on Soviet Jewry-

46, 93, 95
Soviet relations affected 6, issue of Soviet Jewry-

53
Possibility of mediation_

8
United States, Government of (see also President Nixon, USIA):
Parole authority to admit Soviet Jews.-

44
Role in aiding Soviet Jews_-

6, 44, 82, 99, 150
State Department statements and actions on Soviet Jewry--- 30, 31, 44, 81
On violence affecting public opinion on Soviet Jewry-

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U.S. Information Agency (USIA):
Effectiveness of broadcasts now to Soviet Jews..

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Yiddish broadcasts policies on.

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Universities in Soviet Union.--
U Thant, U.N. Secretary General..

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Vanik, Congressman Charles A. : testimony-
Violence :

As affecting public opinion negatively toward Soviet Jews.

Seen as sometimes necessary-
Voice of America (VOA).
(See U.S. Information Agency.)

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Washington Post; Article on emigration of Soviet Jews cited.-

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Weiss, Rabbi Avriaham:
Statement

83, 309
Testimony

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Widnall, Congressman William B.: Record statement-

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World War II, Status of Jews during (see also Hitler).

14, 23,

29, 40, 58, 70, 80, 91, 135

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Yiddish :
Broadcasts by VOA in---

22, 30, 53
Forbidden for Soviet Jews to learn.

20, 56, 271
Importance of, for Soviet Jews----- 32, 37, 53, 103, 207, 252 (footnote)
Theater

32, 141

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