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Anatoliy Golitsyn • 1 Book
New Lies for Old (1984)
The Communist Strategy of Deception and Disinformation
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Published Reviews
  1. Books, Arts & Manners
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    The Minsk-Pinsk Story (Review)
    New Lies for Old, by Anatoliy Golitsyn
    1. New Lies for Old by Anatoliy Golitsyn
    National Review, September 7, 1984, pp. 40-43
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    The Whole Mole Catalogue (Review)
    New Lies for Old, by Anatoliy Golitsyn
    1. New Lies for Old by Anatoliy Golitsyn
    The New Republic, June 4, 1984, pp. 29-31
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    Soviet "Active Measures" (2 Reviews)
    Dezinformatsia, by Richard H. Shultz, Jr. and Roy S. Godson
    1. Dezinformatsia by Richard H. Shultz, Jr. and Roy S. Godson
    2. New Lies for Old by Anatoliy Golitsyn
    Problems of Communism, November 1984, pp. 66-69
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
    1. Soviet Jewry in the Decisive Decade, 1971-80 by Robert O. Freedman
    2. Dezinformatsia by Richard H. Shultz, Jr. and Roy S. Godson
    3. New Lies for Old by Anatoliy Golitsyn
    4. Terror and Communist Politics by Jonathan R. Adelman
    5. The Dilemma of Reform in the Soviet Union by Timothy J. Colton
    6. The Reality of Communism by Alexander Zinoviev
    7. Diary of the Twentieth Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union by Vittorio Vidali
    8. Memoirs by Raisa D. Orlova
    9. The State in Socialist Society by Neil Harding
    10. Where Nights Are Longest by Colin Thubron
    11. Poland's Self-Limiting Revolution by Jadwiga Staniszkis
    12. Antipolitics by George Konrad
    13. Policymaking in the German Democratic Republic by Klaus von Beyme and Hartmut Zimmermann
    14. The German Democratic Republic Since 1945 by Martin McCauley
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1984, pp. 200-202