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197. ’ Performing Arts Journal, 15 (January 1993), p. 112. ’84 From 1953 until the late 1960s, therefore, the attitude of the Soviet authorities to the plays and prose of Miller was initially very benevolent. They were favourable because they considered him to be a communist, an interpretation in line with, as we have seen, that of the American authorities, in particular the fbi. Miller was ‘pure’ because he never joined in with the popular anti-Soviet crusade of the 1950s, he had publicly opposed the Vietnam War from the outset, and he had led the campaign to establish pen centres in the ussr.
Press Release from the Embassy of the ussr, ‘Jews in the Soviet Union’, 18 February 1965, Box 68, Folder: Jews in Russia, hrc. 30 | Divided Dreamworlds? the Jew as Jew,’ continuing to say: ‘It is no good writing vile things in your press about Jews, and then go on and on denying that you are practicing anti-Semitism. An anti-Semite who cannot conceive he is an anti-Semite is nevertheless an anti-Semite if he does anti-Semitic things. 118 Miller’s public criticism of the Soviet treatment of Alexander Solzhenitsyn and other writers was the final straw and his twenty years of popularity was reversed in a single stroke by the end of 1970.
2. 120 American pen Newsletter, 10 (December 1973). y. times – op-ed ‘Sakharov, Détente and Liberty,’ hrc, p. 21. ’123 It was the product of the victory of the old-line conservatives, the neo-Stalinists, over the more liberal minded within the Soviet bureaucracy. 124 Miller himself felt he was banned for the Soviet Union to appear more revolutionary again in order to mollify the mood of the Third World and revolutionary youth movements, and also to bring its ideological face more in line with China now that rapprochement had been reached.