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Date added: December 20, 1999
No of pages / words: 7 / 1939
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Ginzburg's position as a History Professor and writer on the local paper the "Red Tartary," made her part of the Russian Intelligentsia, (8) one of the groups targeted by Stalin's purges. In 1937 Ginzburg was arrested under the charge of associating with "persons already condemned" (30), the condemned was a colleague of hers on the Red Tartary, Elvov, who was charged with being a Trotskyist for writing an article on the theory of "Permanent Revolution" not in accordance with the party line of his time (5)...
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Ginzburg was later formally charged, after a harrowing interrogation process that included inhumane and illegal tactics, with being a "Trotskyist terrorist? dedicated to the restoration of capitalism" (166) by way of an "underground terrorist organization" running out of the "Red Tartary" editorial office (173)...
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