Alexander Solzhenitsyn and six dissident colleagues joined in the mid-1970s to write this book, which surely remains the most extraordinary debate of a nation's future published in modern times. Shattering a half-century of silence, From Under the Rubble constitutes a devastating attack on the Soviet regime, a moral indictment of the liberal West, and a Christian manifesto calling for a new societyone whose dominant values would be spiritual rather than economic. Personally edited by the Nobel Prize-winning author, and fired by his own substantial contributions, From Under the Rubble articulates Solzhenitsyn's most fervent call to action.
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