About psychiatric persecution constantly wrote XTC,  the problem involved and the Action Team,  and the Committee of Human Rights.  A significant contribution was made by Vladimir Bukovsky. He had twice experienced the horrors of psychiatric imprisonment (in 1963 and 1965.), After having been in a mental hospital for a total of about 3 years.  Bukovsky managed to get medical records for six prisoners of mental hospitals: their own "medical history", P. Grigorenko, N. Gorbanevskaya and other dissidents. In 1971, he passed the documents to the international congress of psychiatrists, which was to meet in Mexico City. Bukovsky asked conference participants to study these documents and to determine whether placement in a mental hospital justified on the grounds set out there. But the Congress leadership has not found it possible to do this - the free world scientists did not want to "get involved in politics." Bukovsky was arrested  and received 7 years imprisonment and 5 years of exile for "anti-Soviet agitation." This trial was in January 1972 and became a harbinger of the general attack on the human rights movement. 
Ancient Greek Epigrams: Major Poets in Verse Translation
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