New York: Mustafa Dzhemilev Defense Committee, 1976. 22p., very good in wraps.
On the case of a Crimean Tatar in Siberia arrested for advocating the right of Tatars to return to their Crimean homeland, from which they had been deported by Stalin. The African American socialist bookstore owner Sostre, who had recently been released from nine years in prison after Amnesty International took up his case, urges the movement to "Follow the same principles that won my freedom."
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