Chukayeff, Alexander V. (1902-1978). Papers of Alexander V. Chukayeff : Guide
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Repository: H.C. Fung Library, Harvard Library, Harvard University
Creator: Chukayeff, Alexander V., 1902-1978
Title: Alexander V. Chukayeff Papers
Date(s): 1902-1978 (inclusive)
Date(s): 1954-1972 (bulk)
Quantity: 2.9 linear feet (7 document cases)
Language of materials: Collection materials are mostly in English and Russian.
Abstract: Papers pertaining to the life and work of Russian-born USIA analyst Alexander V. Chukayeff.
Gift of Marina Chukayeff McCarthy, 2011.
Processed by: Hugh K. Truslow and Rebecca Rosenthal (2011). Additional processing
by Svetlana Rukhelman (2015).
Collection is open for research.
For restrictions on use, please consult the Librarian for the Davis Center for Russian
and Eurasian Studies Collection.
Alexander V. Chukayeff Papers. [Folder name] folder. Davis Center for Russian and
Eurasian Studies Collection, H.C. Fung Library, Harvard University.
e.g., Alexander V. Chukayeff Papers. "Peaceful Coexistence" folder. Davis Center for
Russian and Eurasian Studies Collection, H.C. Fung Library, Harvard University.
The records of the United States Information Agency are held at the National Archives, Record Group 306.
Alexander V. Chukayeff was born in St. Petersburg, Russia in 1902. He volunteered for the White Army during the Russian Civil War, and lived in China for three years before moving to the United States in 1923. He became a U.S. citizen in 1929 and received a bachelor's degree in economics from Lincoln University in San Francisco in 1930. In 1942, he was drafted into the U.S. Army, where he attended Radio and Radar schools, as well as Military Intelligence school.
In 1943, he joined the Radio section of the Psychological Warfare Division, working first in Algiers and then in Naples, Italy. Upon his discharge in 1945, he joined the State Department as an editor and writer, and spent two years as chief of information for the War
Department in Berlin. A staunch anti-Communist, he transferred to the United States Information Agency (USIA) in 1954, working in the Office of Research and Intelligence as a social science analyst and
an intelligence research officer covering Soviet affairs. In the early 1960's, he transferred to Research and Reference Services, where he worked until his retirement
in 1972. On October 1st, 1978, he died of a heart attack while visiting Moscow, survived by his wife Lilly and their daughter Marina.
- The Washington Post (Washington, D.C.) Obituary of Alexander V. Chukayeff. October 12, 1978.
The collection is arranged in three series:
- Biographical and Administrative Materials, arranged alphabetically;
- Subject Files, arranged alphabetically;
- and USIA Reports and Background Papers, arranged chronologically.
Consists of correspondence, internal memoranda, newspaper clippings, reports from various government agencies, handwritten and typed notes and drafts, scripts of radio broadcasts, airgrams, telegrams, leaflets, and photographs. Most of the papers document Chukayeff's work at the USIA as an analyst and writer
on Soviet affairs in the 1950s and 1960s, and consist largely of research material
generated while creating background reports on various aspects of Communism, Soviet
policies, current developments, and related areas. These subject files cover a wide
array of topics, with a particular on: literature under Communism (especially Solzhenitsyn,
Yevtushenko, and the Sinyavsky-Daniel trial of 1965-1966); international Communism;
dissidents (in particular the defection of Svetlana Alliluyeva in 1966); living conditions
in the Soviet Union; Soviet media coverage of events in the USSR and abroad; and Soviet
methods of domestic propaganda. The files contain many newspaper clippings, in both
English and Russian, that Chukayeff drew from for his analyses, as well as telegrams
and airgrams with news from overseas. There is a large collection of the background
reports he produced, mostly in later photocopies. Also included are administrative
documents relating to the State Department and the USIA's Research and Reference Service,
notably interoffice communication and requests for reports. There is a collection
of Spanish, Portuguese, and Japanese newspaper clippings of translations of articles
by Chukayeff. There is also a small amount of biographical material and photographs.
- Chukayeff, Alexander V., 1902-1978.
- Cannon, Thomas L.
- Loomis, Henry.
- Stephens, Oren.
- Rummel, Alexander.
- White, Ralph.
- Allen, George V. (George Venable), 1903-1970.
- Crespi, Leo Paul, 1916-2008.
- Decter, Moshe.
- Marks, Leonard H.
- United States Information Agency--History.
- Public relations and politics--United States--History--20th century.
- Soviet Union--Politics and government--1945-1991.
- United States--Foreign relations--Soviet Union.
- Soviet Union--Foreign relations--United States.
- SERIES 1. Biographical and Administrative Materials.
In alphabetical order. This series consists mainly of photocopies of official government
documents relating to the life of Chukayeff, including his birth certificate, passport,
U.S. Army discharge papers, USIA retiree card, marriage certificate, and death certificate.
Most documents have been captioned by his daughter, Marina. Photographs include Chukayeff's
1923 class picture, as well as his 1930 picture from Lincoln University, Chukayeff
as a young man with a Russian prince, captioned by Marina as belonging to the Romanov
family, two photocopied photographs of Chukayeff during WWII, a photograph of his
parents, and several of Chukayeff in the 1960's and 1970's, including one at his daughter's
wedding. Most are photocopies. Administrative material consists of documents related
to Chukayeff as an employee of the USIA, including his performance reviews and commendations.
All materials related to Chukayeff's work as an analyst can be found in Series 2:
- Box 1Administrative information
- Box 1Biographical information
- SERIES 2. Subject Files.
In alphabetical order. This series includes research material generated during the
production of reports and backgrounders on a wide range of topics concerning the Soviet
Union and Communism in general. Files include newspaper clippings (both foreign and
domestic), typed and handwritten notes by Chukayeff, airgram reports of international
news, reports and leaflets from other U.S. government agencies, scripts from the BBC's
European Service General News Talk, news from the Foreign Documents Division (FDD),
and reports from Radio Free Europe, among many varied sources. Also included are memoranda
between members of the Research and Reference Service of the USIA (referred to as
IRS) and its Soviet Bloc Division (IRS/S), as well as requests for reports from other
departments. Any administrative materials not directly related to the research for
and creation of these reports and backgrounders can be found in Series 1: Biographical
and Administrative Information.
- Box 1Correspondence (Admin.)
- Box 1Free Enterprise (1 of 2)
- Box 1Free Enterprise (2 of 2)
- Box 1International Communism (1 of 3)
- Box 1International Communism (2 of 3)
- Box 1International Communism (3 of 3)
- Box 1KGB/Labor + Prison Camps
- Box 2"Khrushchev Remembers"
- Box 3Living Conditions (1 of 2)
- Box 3Living Conditions (2 of 2)
- Box 3Mentally Deranged Persons
- Box 3Peaceful Co-Existence
- Box 3Propaganda and Psychological Warfare
- Box 3Published Articles - Japanese/English
- Box 3Published Articles - Spanish/Portuguese
- Box 4Purges - Rehabilitation
- Box 4"Russia Was Always Like That"
- Box 4Sakharov/Samizdat (1 of 2)
- Box 4Sakharov/Samizdat (2 of 2)
- Box 4Partial Alex Solzhenitsyn
- Box 4Soviet Attacks on USIA
- Box 5Soviet Government Organization
- Box 5USSR Radio Broadcasts
- SERIES 3. USIA Reports and Background Papers.
In chronological order. This series includes 251 reports written by Chukayeff from
1963 to 1972, mostly in later photocopy. The reports cover everything from Soviet
educational failings to Soviet views on Buddhism, all highlighting the various perceived
shortcomings of Communism. Reports before March 1967 are written under the pseudonym
Arthur Channing, but from that time onward appear under Chukayeff's own name.
- Box 5USIA Reports - Cover Sheets
- Box 5USIA Reports - Drafts
- Box 51957, Aug. - 1962, Oct.
- "Soviet Policies on Labor Productivity and 'Trade Unions'"
- "Soviet Statements on "Peaceful Coexistence" and the Ideological Struggle"
- "Lenin's Opinion of Pasternak Critic"
- "U.S. Technological Assistance to Russia (Pre-Revolutionary)"
- "U.S. Lend-Lease to the USSR"
- "The Atheist's Companion: A Soviet Reference Book on the Religions of the World"
- "Size and Composition of the CPSU: A Library Research Note"
- "Size and Composition of the CPSU: A Library Research Note"
- "Selected Quotations from Khrushchev's Statements on the Agricultural Situation in
the USSR and on Overtaking the United States in Agricultural Production"
- "Soviet Heavy Industry and Machine-Building: Claims and Performance: Part I"
- "Soviet Heavy Industry and Machine-Building: Claims and Performance : Part II : Examples
- "Soviet Heavy Industry and Machine-Building: Claims and Performance : Part III : Examples
- Box 51962, Oct. - 1963, Sept.
- "Soviet Heavy Industry and Machine-Building: Claims and Performance : Part II : Examples
- "Notes on the Treatment of Labor in the Soviet Unions: Labor Productivity, Wages,
and "Trade Unions" (3 copies)
- "A New Attempt at Absolving Khrushchev from Stalin's Crimes"
- "Notes on the Treatment of Labor in the Soviet Union : II Labor Turnover, Manual Labor,
Work Breakdowns and Industrial Accidents" (3 copies)
- "Communist Dissident Publications and Activities Increase in Western Europe"
- "Notes on the Treatment of Labor in the Soviet Union: III. Health and Safety, Social
Insurance, Dismissals and Full Employment."
- Box 61963 Sept. - 1964 Oct.
- "Notes on the Treatment of Labor in the Soviet Union: III."
- "Health and Safety, Social Insurance, Dismissals, and Full Employment." (2 copies)
- "Do Soviet Trade Unions Protect Workers' Interest?" (3 copies)
- "Stalin's Collective Farm System Casts Shadow Over Soviet Agriculture" (2 copies)
- "Labor Productivity and Wages in the Soviet Union"
- "Our Village is No Place for a Toothache, Soviet Citizens Say"
- "Compulsory Labor, Low Academic Standards Plague Soviet School System"
- "Low and Infrequent Pay Discourages Soviet Farmers"
- "Defections Focus Unwelcome Spotlight on Soviet Secret Police Apparatus"
- "Egg Quotas for Students is Latest Soviet Food Production Scheme"
- "Bureaucratic Confusion Blamed for Soviet Economic Woes"
- "Soviet Labor Competition Trend Termed Meaningless Rivalry"
- "Soviet Union Reaffirms Dual Policy on Islam"
- "Soviet Persecution of Religious Groups Increases"
- "Moscow Practices Colonial Methods it Claims to Oppose"
- "'It Won't Work and Can't Be Fixed' is Standard Soviet Complaint" (2 copies)
- "A Soviet General Describes Communist Persecutions" (2 copies)
- "Soviet Farm Pensions Linked to Demands for Higher Productivity"
- "Soviet State Repair Services Cannot Compete with 'Private Enterprise"
- "Soviet 'Economic Crimes' Refuse Communist Theory" (2 copies)
- "Brodsky Case Reveals Problems Faced by Young Soviet Writers"
- "Crop Losses During and After Harvest Add to Soviet Farm Problems"
- "Moscow Puzzles Over 'Profit Motive' for Industry"
- "The Soviet Consumer: A Study in Frustration"
- Box 61964 Dec. - 1965 Jun.
- "Power Maneuvers Dominate 47-Year History of Soviet Regime"
- "New Soviet Leadership Still Faced by Old Farm Problems"
- "Soviet System Succeeds in Space but Fails in Factories"
- "Soviet Economists Consider 'Capitalist' Solutions, But ..."
- "Soviet Housing Shortage Creates Youth Crisis"
- "Soviets Apply Double Standard to 'Economic Crimes'"
- "Khrushchev Becomes an 'Unperson'"
- "'They Break Up Three Machines to make One'"
- "Soviet Research Admits the Strength of Islam"
- "'Cheap' Housing Proves Expensive in USSR"
- "All Defendants Presumed Guilty under Soviet Legal System"
- "'Religious Survivals' Create Dilemma for Soviet Communists"
- "Farm Complaints Herald Arrival of Spring in USSR"
- "Soviet Press Admits Widespread Consumer Frustration"
- "Communists Embarrassed by Yugoslav Exposure of Soviet Genocide Record"
- "Soviet Editors Baffled by Readers' Questions"
- "Soviet Marriage and Family Problems Revealed in Sociological Study"
- "Cautious Realism Apparent in New Soviet Farm Plan"
- "Soviet Workers Protest Abuse of Rights"
- "Soviet Officials Admit Concern over 'Tenacity of Religious Rites'"
- "Soviet Shipping Fiasco, Exposed in 1961, Still Persists"
- "Soviet Literary Rebels Disciplined in Mental Institutions"
- "Soviet Spokesmen Praise Stalin and Secret Police"
- Box 61965 Jun. - 1966 Jul.
- "Soviet Planning Agencies Blamed for Shortages"
- "Can 'Capitalist' Methods Cure Communism's Economic Ills?"
- "Dissatisfaction with Communist Dogma Grows in Soviet Union" (2 copies)
- "High Unemployment Rate Causes Concern in Soviet Union"
- "A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Soviet Economic Reforms"
- "Islam is Special Target in Soviet Anti-Religion Campaign"
- "Waste of Manpower Reported in Neglected Soviet Towns"
- "Banning of Sudanese Party Exposes Moscow's Views on Islam"
- "Soviet Authority Confirms Economic Shortcomings"
- "Free Enterprise Hinted as Cure for Soviet Farm Ills"
- "The Leninist Legacy of One-Party Rule"
- "Soviet Party Congress to Face Complex Problems"
- "Moscow Moves Against Soviet Literary Rebels"
- "New Soviet Economic Plan Faces Familiar Obstacles"
- "'Percentage Mania' Adds to Soviet Educational Problems"
- "Writers' Purge Underscores Soviet Thought-Control Methods"
- "Soviet Spokesmen Stress Need for Agricultural Reforms"
- "Girl's Suicide Calls Attention to Mistreatment of Soviet Workers"
- "A Second Look at Soviet Wage and Price Statistics"
- "Are Stricter Controls in Store for Soviet Writers?"
- "Soviet Housing Shortage Expected to Mar 50th Anniversary Celebrations"
- "New Attacks on Religion Reported in USSR"
- "Soviet Literary Pressures Continue in Aftermath of Sinyavsky-Daniel Trial"
- "Sholokhov Reaffirms Stalinist Views in Attack on Liberal Writers"
- "Profit Motive Triumphs Over Soviet Economic Doctrine" (3 copies)
- "Moscow Takes Calculated Risk in Ridiculing Peking" (2 copies)
- "Soviet Study Admits Failures in Anti-Religion Campaign" (2 copies)
- Box 61966 Jul. - 1967 Mar.
- "The Soviet Union's One-Way Literary Dialogue"
- "The Soviet Union's 'Alcohol' Problem"
- "Bureaucracy Hampers Soviet Economic Experiments"
- "Russian Baptists Quote Lenin in Pleas for Religious Tolerance"
- "The Rural Soviet Student -- 1966-67-6?-??"
- "A Soldier's Letter from Vietnam"
- "Soviet Study Reveals Low Purchasing Power of Wages" (2 copies)
- "Soviet Agitators Baffled by Problem of 'Religious' Scientists"
- "But Who Will Drive Them -- And Where?"
- "The Pot Calls the Kettle Black"
- "'Free Enterprise' Advocated for Soviet Peasants"
- "Soviet Intellectuals Express Fear of 'Re-Stalinization'"
- "Soviet Researchers Share Blame for Industrial Shortcomings"
- "The Soviet Union's Contradictory Stand on Islam"
- "Crooked Doors and Buckling Floors Plague Soviet Tenants"
- "Andrei Sinyavsky's Wife Tells of Soviet Literary Pressures"
- "Soviet Intellectuals Speak Out on Sinyavsky-Daniel Case"
- "No Teakettles for a Nation of Tea Drinkers"
- "Religion in the Soviet Union: 1917 - 1967"
- "'Stupidity... Absurdity' Aggravate Soviet Consumer Problems"
- "Sinyavsky-Daniel Case Inspires New Protests in USSR"
- "A Soviet Anniversary Dilemma"
- Box 61967 Mar. - 1968 Mar.
- "Soviet Liberals Seek Relaxation of Thought Controls"
- "Equipment Shortages Still Plague Soviet Agriculture"
- "Some Facts about the 'Exploitation of Man by Man'"
- "Soviet Farm Incentives Encourage 'Wrong Kinds' of Prosperity"
- "'Capitalist' Clothing May Brighten Communist Fete"
- "A New Exercise in the Re-Writing of Soviet History"
- "How Soviet Light Industry Supports Its 'Big Brother'"
- "The Soviet Myth of Full Employment"
- "A New Plea for Soviet Literary Freedom"
- "USSR Admits Defects in Educational System"
- "Private Initiative and the Soviet 'Apparatus'"
- "Soviet Citizens Penalized for Speaking Their Minds"
- "Stalin Problem Still Haunts Soviet Leadership"
- "The Private Farm Plot: A Challenge to Soviet Collectivization"
- "Soviet Spokesmen Admit Resistance to Anti-Religion Campaign"
- "Soviets Hold Primacy in Mass Executions and Concentration Camps"
- "Nightmares in Installments"
- "Soviet Official Praises American Business Methods"
- "Novyi Mir Again Crosses Swords with the Military"
- "Soviets Pioneered in Genocide Techniques" (2 copies)
- "Cheka's 50th Anniversary Recalls Soviet Reign of Terror"
- "Soviet General Joins Anti-Censorship Struggle"
- "Soviet Construction Defects Create 'Anniversary' Problems"
- "A 'Forgotten' Soviet Anniversary"
- "Yuli Daniel's Wife Tells of Writer's Mistreatment"
- "Russian Baptists Appeal to United Nations"
- "Mismanagement Reported in Soviet Oil Industry"
- "Soviet Letters Show Long Duration of Censorship Struggle"
- "Soviet Post-Anniversary Complaints Mark Return to Normalcy"
- "Censoring John Reed Proves Knotty Problem for Soviet Revisionists"
- "Soviet Justice -- As Viewed by the USSR's Newspapers"
- "Secrecy Surrounds Leningrad Trials"
- Box 61968 Apr. - 1968 Oct.
- "Soviet Farm Chairman Protests Oppression of Writers"
- "Siberian Scientists Join Protests Against Moscow Trials"
- "Private Enterprise Gets Public Support in USSR"
- "The Trend Towards 'Re-Stalinization'"
- "A Soviet Writer Appeals for Help"
- "The USSR's Seldom-Enforced Labor Laws"
- "Another 'Re-Stalinization' Victim"
- "Shortages, Bureaucracy Hamper Soviet Medical Services" (2 copies)
- "Soviet Writers' Union Head Accused of Censorship Collusion"
- "Thefts and Cheating Reported Widespread in USSR"
- "Soviet Youth Newspaper Accused of False Trial Report"
- "Inept Planning Frustrates Soviet Consumers"
- "Novy Mir Finds a Substitute" (2 copies)
- "Soviet Letter Protests Treatment of USSR Political Prisoners"
- "'Stupidity' Blamed for USSR's Economic Woes"
- "A Soviet Scientist Speaks Out on World and Domestic Problems" (2 copies)
- "A Soviet Writers Explains Why He Left the USSR" (2 copies)
- "Economic Reforms Fail to Solve Soviet Consumer Problems"
- "Soviet Press Admits Tenacity of Religious Beliefs"
- "The Bizarre Case of P. G. Grigorenko"
- "Scientist Cites Waste in USSR Steel Production"
- "Soviet Farm Officials Accused of Embezzlement"
- "Old Ills Plague New Soviet Crops"
- Box 71967 Mar. - 1968 Mar.
- "Consumer Criticism: A Soviet Industry"
- "Down the 'Up' Staircase, Soviet Style"
- "Stalinist Tendencies Continue to Alarm Soviet Intellectuals"
- "Soviet Intellectuals Face Tighter Censorship Controls"
- "A New Underground Newspaper Appears in the USSR"
- "Soviet Press Exposes Tourist Problems"
- "Dissidence in the USSR: A Case Study"
- "'Planned Red Tape' Blamed for USSR Shortages"
- "The Soviet Brand of Marxism"
- "Poor Rail Service is Typical Soviet Problem"
- "The Soviet Line on Islam"
- "The Soviet National Anthem: A Song Without Words"
- "Can the USSR Overtake the United States in Agriculture?"
- "Prosecution of Intellectuals Continues in Leningrad"
- "The Soviets Rewrite History Again" (2 copies)
- "Profits Prove Elusive for Soviet Steel Industry"
- "Czech Issue Disrupts European Student Conference"
- "Soviet Historian Protests Against Re-Stalinization"
- "Soviet Consumers Plagued by Poor Quality Goods and Services"
- "Case Study Reveals Social Inequalities in USSR"
- "Mikhail Sholokhov Evaluates Stalin"
- Box 71969 Apr. - 1969 Nov.
- "Private Enterprise Tests the Soviet System"
- "Soviet Agriculture Faces a Difficult Year"
- "The Soviets Change Their Minds About Chairman Mao"
- "Soviet Scarcities Lead to Black Market Operations"
- "Persecution Continues for Exiled Crimean Tatars"
- "Second Hunger Strike Staged by Soviet Political Prisoners"
- "Pravda Decries Widespread Corruption in the USSR"
- "Soviet Dissenters Ask U.N. Protection Against 'Stalinism'"
- "A Soviet Dilemma: What to Advertise When Goods Are Scarce?"
- "Soviet Christians Ask Outside World for Help"
- "Soviet Milk Wastage Blamed on Faulty Planning and Mismanagement"
- "Political Prisoners Describe Abuse in USSR 'Labor' Camp"
- "Soviet Regime 'Modernizes' Its Penal Code"
- "Soviet Women and the Myth of Equality"
- "Professionalism in Soviet Sports"
- "The Kuznetsov Story (A Two-Part Article) Part I"
- "The Kuznetsov Story (A Two-Part Article) Part 2"
- "The Doughnut Is Important -- But the Hole is More So"
- "Nikita S. Khrushchev: The Fifth Anniversary of an 'Unperson'"
- "Novy Mir Hits Back at its Critics"
- "Stalin's Daughter Condemns Communism and its Creators"
- "Svetlana Talks About Her New Life in America"
- "Soviet Defector Gives Explanation to World Writers' Congress"
- Box 71969 Dec. - 1970 Aug.
- "More 'Capitalist' Cures Prescribed for Communist Economic Ills"
- "The Original 'Babiy Yar'"
- "Some Facts About the Soviet Economy"
- "Robert Conquest Evaluates the Soviet Leadership"
- "A Short-Lived Party History"
- "The KGB and the Critics"
- "The Sad Saga of a Rebellious Student"
- "A Second Look at the Soviet Economy"
- "Soviet Atheists Meet Widespread Resistance"
- "General Grigorenko Speaks from Behind Prison Bars"
- "The Continuing Ordeal of Ex-General Grigorenko"
- "The Surprising Survival of a Soviet Underground Journal"
- "A Party of Workers and Peasants?"
- "Thefts from State Reported Widespread in USSR"
- "Soviet Workers Rank Last in Earnings Survey" (2 copies)
- "Private Enterprise Stimulates Soviet Farm Economy"
- "Soviet Officers Join in Protesting Housing Conditions"
- "Soviet Management Deficiencies Are Price of Stalinist Dogmatism"
- "New Western Outlet for Manuscripts Banned in the USSR"
- "Soviet KGB Still Mistreats Dissidents Despite Rebuff"
- 1970 Sept. - 1971 July
- "Soviets' Outdated Office Methods Legacy of Stalin Era"
- "The Ordeal of Vladimir Borisov"
- "'Capitalist' Pollution Problems Plague the USSR"
- "Taped Ballads: Soviet Lyrical Dissent"
- "Towels and Teapots and the Soviet Shopper"
- "USSR's Bumper Crops Fail to Reach Consumers"
- "Dissidents in the USSR: The Case of Dr. Pimenov"
- "Workers' 'Fringe' Benefits in the USSR"
- "The Campaign Against Islam Inside the USSR"
- "The 'Crime' of Wanting to Leave the USSR"
- "KGB -- On Guard Against 'Diversionists'"
- "The Soviet Line on Buddhism"
- "How to Make Soviet Farms Productive"
- "Was Rosa Luxemburg Lenin's True Disciple?"
- "Tuva -- A Case History of Soviet Aggrandizement"
- "Vital Statistics on Soviet Party Elections"
- "Yugoslav Firmness Wins in Dealing with the Soviets"
- "'Khrushchev Remembers': An Appraisal"
- "The New Soviet Five-Year Plan and the Consumer"
- "Fiftieth Anniversary of Soviet State Planning"
- "'Confessions' Versus 'Evidence' in Soviet Trials"
- "Religion in the USSR: Oppression and Response"
- "Mistreatment of Dissenters in Soviet Mental Institutions"
- "Brezhnev's Image Blossoms into Personality Cult"
- "Persecution of Minority and Religious Groups in the USSR"
- Box 71971 Aug. - 1971 Dec.
- "How Soviet Bureaucratic Inefficiency Obstructs Party Goals"
- "The Durable Yevtushenko Speaks Again"
- "Problems of Buying and Using Cars in the USSR"
- "A Soviet Fiasco in Oslo"
- "The Defection of a Soviet Scientist: The Fedoseyev Story"
- "KGB Spying -- In Britain and Around the World"
- "Why Soviet Farm Youths Flee to the Cities"
- "What Happens When a Foreigner Visits a Moscow Citizen?"
- "What the 'Principles of Leninism' Actually Are"
- "Fate of Past Leaders Mars Soviet History"
- "Soviet Science on the Hard Path of Recovery"
- "The Growth of Private Enterprise in Eastern Europe"
- Box 71972 Jan. - 1972 Apr.
- "Some Hard Facts About the Soviet Farm Economy"
- "The Hold of Religion in Poland and Romania"
- "Soviet Repression Worse Than That of the Czars"
- "Can a Communist Write Good History?"
- "Samizdat: A Monument to Soviet Dissent"
- "A Lenten Letter to the Russian Orthodox Patriarch from Solzhenitsyn"
- "1930 - 1967: Two Documents on Soviet Persecution of Writers" [n.d.]