Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, 1973. 30p., coated paperstock some photo-illustration, staplebound 6.5 x 4.25 inch wraps; staple has begun to rust, else bright faintly edgeworn copy.
These "convicted offenders" circulated anti-Soviet materials (and sentiments), are here at a press conference (along with their prosecutors) attended by foreign correspondents, and are asked a few questions. They seem pretty cowed.
Note that they got smeared with WWII-era Nazi collaborationism, along with the actual cooperation with VOA and being helpful to US and other "tourists." Last question concerns "so-called dissidents being forcibly placed in mental clincs," produces an interesting evasion by way of answer.
Also, several pages of discussion of Sakharov.