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statement
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seven
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Taboshar,
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identity
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being
suppressed
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c~nsors
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of
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of
Geogrophy
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Industrial
Resoupces
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USSR
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and
China'sChanging
Map
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1953he
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member
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New
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foreign
news
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reporting
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ap
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have
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shar~est
eye
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Soviet
press
which
many
people
fail
to
notice
or
appreciate,
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therein
lies
an
inter-Iesting
and
instructive
tale.
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in
1971,Shabad
published
an
analysisof
election
reports
from
Tadzhikistan
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thefolks
at
Glavli
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for
weeks'
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not
months.
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just
following
the
1975
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elections
in
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USSR,
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time
to
look
back
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Shabad's
1971
article
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years
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appear
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effects
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Shabad
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districts
for
the
1971
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to
the
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over
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the
numbered
electoral'
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discovered
that
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districts
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election,
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Germany
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1956,
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transferred
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