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One Day In the Life of Ivan Denisovich According to Josef Stalin communism would develop into the most efficient fair and advantageous government on the planet He projected that communism would create an ideal society that would provide for the needs of all citizens and do so equally Stalin spoke obsessively of the dangers to world peace and the need for vigilance against internal enemies Conformity was enforced by police terror and by a mindless Stalinist cult Censorship and imprisonment came swift to any likely dissenter which is why Solzhenitsyns One Day In The Life of Ivan Denisovich was an unlikely find in the 1962 literary magazine Novy Mir Solzhenitsyns story demonstrated the failures and atrocities of Communism often concealed from the public eye With One Day In the Lifes controversial message and Russias strict censoring policy it is shocking that many of the items in Solzhenitsyns work were released to the public alarming Russians who were promised absolute efficiency of the system equality and the preservation of all basic human rights Vigilancia Under the Soviet system - and especially under Stalin - there was a great deal of media manipulation Anything that did not glorify Stalin was erased from public record This system was distressingly efficient making almost three generations believe only parts of history Stalin and his followers wanted them to believe The system included the burning of books doctoring of pictures and even the jailing of dissenters King In One Day In the Life Of Ivan Denisovich Solzhenitsyn portrays many of these dissenters jailed for their disloyalty to the current government In order to depict these rebels properly Solzhenitsyn used many realistic examples of rebellious conduct that Stalin would have detested One example of this is found when Ivan overhears Tsezar and X123 discussing the film Ivan the Terrible by Sergei Eisenstein pg 67 The mere discussion of sixteenth century Tsar Ivan IV whom Stalin very much admired caused great controversy at
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