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A Refuesnik's Fight for His Parents

Alexander Slepak was able to leave the Soviet Union and emigrate to the United States. His parents, both prominent Jewish activists, continue to be denied the right to leave the country.

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Other segments from the episode on August 21, 1987

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, August 24, 1987: Interview with Alexander Slepak; Review of John Carter's album "Dance of the Love Ghost"; Interview with Dion; Review of the television show "Showtime,…

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