Mikhailov's observations were based primarily on dialogue with Moscow students and well-known writers. However, these sentiments have been strong, and then in the factories and in scientific institutions, including among members of the party, including executives pretty high levels. There were frequent in those years, the open speech with criticism of partial solutions and requirements of the XX Congress of the system reforms that would make it impossible a new "cult of personality". Most of these demands came from members of the party. Natural platform of their speeches were party meetings. In March of 1956 at a public meeting in the Institute of Physics of the Academy of Sciences he made the young scientist Yuri Orlov, the future founder of the Moscow Helsinki Group. He spoke about the general decline of honor and morality and the need for democratic reforms in the country. He was supported by three others.
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