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By Julian Graffy, Geoffrey Hosking

In no society have tradition and media been thought of so vital as within the Soviet Union. Their associations are a part of the Soviet institution, but additionally head the counter-culture which has progressively been taking form within the Brezhnev period. Glasnost has brought new highbrow or institutional upheavals which the individuals describe and examine.

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159-62. Gradskii, A. (1988) ' ... i pust' budut luchshie obraztsy', TR, 4, pp. 36-38. Ivanov, A. (1988) 'Oblastnoe TV: v poiskakh svoego litsa', TR, I, pp. 12-13. Kravchenko, L. (1988) 'Snova 0 fil'makh na teleekrane', GiPM, 26, p. 19. Kuznetsov, G. (1988) 'Mir v zerkale ekrana', TR, 1, pp. 4-8. Leibovskii, V. (1988) 'Kak prorvalsia "trinadtsatyi''', Ogonek, 25, p. 27. Liashenko, B. (1988) 'Razmyshleniia do i posle polunochi', TR, 2, pp. 14-16. Loginov, V. (1988) 'Istoriia dlia millionov', TR, 6, pp.

Mel'nikova, O. (1988) 'Net "srednego" zritelia', TR, 3, pp. 36-38. Mickiewicz, E. and Haley, G. (1987) 'Soviet and American News: Week of Intensive Interaction', Slavic Review, 46, 2, pp. 214-28. Nikich, O. (1988) 'Esli ne my, to kto zheT, lskusstvo kino, 7, pp. 3-7. Norr, H. (1985) 'National Languages and Soviet Television:' a statistical report', Nationalities papers, 13, I, pp. 84-105. Olenin, B. (1988) 'V svete prozhektora', TR, I, pp. 9-11. Panov, A. (1988) 'Z vidomym ukhylomT, Literaturna Ukraina, 19, p.

But art dominated by bureaucrats is always apolitical. The Pope even recommended Catholics to watch Soviet films because they were highly moral and were not revolutionary. If a work of art is inseparable from its author, it is also inseparable from the people to whom it belongs. That's why I think that the request of the mediation commission of the USSR Union of Cinema Workers and the collegium's decision are real political acts. These works of art have been reinstated as public, socialist property, which cannot be confiscated: 4 This account confirms that the relationship of the 'conflict commission' to Goskino is still technically advisory, although so successful has the tide of publicity proved that Goskino has apparently acquiesced to all 'requests' thus far made.

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