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Rabasa, Angel, Cheryl Benard, Lowell H. : RAND Corporation, MG-574SRF, 2007. org/pubs/monographs/MG574/ Rafei, Raed, “Lebanon: Books Unbound in Beirut,” Babylon and Beyond: Observations from Iraq, Iran, Israel, the Arab World and Beyond, Los Angeles Times blog, December 27, 2007. html Rahim, Ahmed al-, “Literature in the Arab World,” Voice of America, April 14, 2005. , paper presented at Policies, Problems, and Solutions, a conference on publishing in the Arab world, Dubai, October 28–29, 2007.
This was a far better method than mailing packages of material from bogus cover organizations in Europe, which were often stopped. Capitalizing on this idea, Free Europe Press began mailing to promising individuals a publisher’s catalog and an oﬀer on the publisher’s stationery of one or two books of the recipient’s choice to be Learning from History: The Cold War Experience 25 sent free of charge. In return, the recipient was requested to send some books, to make it appear to be a legitimate exchange.
The book program to the Soviet Union, Bedford Publishing Company, started by Isaac Patch, followed a similar strategy. The pur- 24 Barriers to the Broad Dissemination of Creative Works in the Arab World pose of the book program, Patch (1996, p. 256, in Richmond, 2003, p. ” One of RL’s key themes was the suppression of (1) Russian culture by the communist regime and (2) the Russian cultural connection with the West. In this vein, the impact that Russian writers, such as Fyodor Dostoyevsky and Leo Tolstoy, had on Western writers and thinkers was highlighted.