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"Which leads one to believe that he was precariously balanced between two different futures: full-time dedicated revolutionary or member of the bourgeoise."
Chap. 1, p. 27

"The political prisoners lived apart from the criminals, that these and murderers, an arrangement that made it easier for Gregory Zarkhin and Solomon Slepak to smuggle letters out to the Bolsheviks in Aleksandrovsk and Nikolayevsk, to continue to direct underground activities on the mainland from their cells on Sakhalin, and ultimately to stage their own revolution."
Chap. 1, p. 35

"Fanya told her husband that she thought the Japanese had tried to kill their second child and had successfully murdered their first child and the twins because of what Solomon and his army of partisans had done to them during the Civil War."
Chap. 2 , p.48

"There was no organized Jewish community in Moscow when Volodya Discovered that he was a Jew."
Chap. 3, p. 60

"Volodya Slepak, son of...

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