Defending The Right to religious freedom has inspired countless acts of courage. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's epic history of Stalinist-era oppression, The Gulag Archipelago, gives a brief account of a Russian Orthodox woman who is repeatedly interrogated and threatened by the police.
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