YELLOW RAIN PAVILION

Ground floor


A Memorial to Soviet-Granted Human Rights

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THE SOVIET EMPIRE IMPRISONS MORE THAN 300 MILLION OF YOUR
SPURNED, YET DEDICATED ALLIES
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Why you can trust the Soviets
Yellow Rain: How is a layman to decide?
Wishful Disbelief
The bee-feces theory still has no sting, by W. Kucewicz
A businessman's letter to his son, by Freeman 48018FONE
Soviet Health Care, by Kenneth M. Prager, M.D.
Victims of Stalin's A-Bomb, by M. Klochko
A long history of duplicity, by A. Beichman
The Soviet Economy: Worse than we thought, by N. Eberstadt
Communism: Myths on Moral Superiority, by S. Richardson
Yellow Rain and Soviet Lies don't compare, by F.J.Gaffney Jr
Fidel Castro and Human Rights, by R.B. Page
Poor US memory aids Gorbachev, by L. Rukeyser
Glad, not grateful, by A.M. Rosenthal (NYT)
Why did the quake take such a toll? By P.C. Roberts
In one word: disgrace, by B. Mironov (Pravda)
Sausage isn't the cats's meow, by M. Porubcansky (1/29/89)
What freedom of religion means to the Soviets (1/30/89)
Cuban troops in Angola said to use poison gas (2/6/1989)
Coming to terms with the past, by R. Conquest (3/3/1989)
Chinese Totalitarianism's Apologist, by B. Gaede (6/27/89)
The Ghosts of Malthus, by Steven W. Mosher
US crawls back to toast butchers of Beijing, P.J.Buchanan (1/5/90)



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