April 6, 1981 in connection with the publication of these magazines Six Moscow intellectuals were arrested (Andrew Fadin Boris Kagarlitskiy Paul Kudyukin Julius Khavkin Vladimir Cherneckii and Michael Rivkin) and Andrew Shilkov from Petrozavodsk. They were accused of "anti-Soviet propaganda", but the intercession of the leaders of the Western Communist Parties and consent "to repent" led to the release of the court all but Shilkova and refused to repentance Rivkin.  On the other hand, in Moscow, in the same 1981 he began to leave, "Many years" magazine edited by "National Bolshevik" Gennady Shimanov; his name is on the cover (see chap. "Russian National Movement", pp. 325-326). Between these extreme points worldview - and neo-Marxist views Shimanov - placed the whole range of ideas samizdat authors. As expected, supporters of the extreme points of view slightly. The general tone of samizdat journalism remained a democratic, liberal, tolerant, pluralistic.
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