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He eats, reads, makes love, thinks, goes to parties, changes residence, laughs, insults always as a Communist. For him, the world is divided into just two classes of human beings: the Communists and the others. As the unavoidable result of self-censorship, among these people writing consists almost entirely of prefabricated phrases bolted together like the pieces of a child's building set. The Communist loves mankind in the abstract but cares for nobody in particular. A writer cannot narrow the range of his thoughts in this way without killing his inventiveness.

Ill, ch. 5. 5. Encounter, Vol. 5, p. 37. <6. The Collected Essays, Journalism and Letters qf George Orwell. p. 90. 7. Rados1av Se1ucky, ''The Dubcek Era Revisited,' Problems qfCommunism,lan-Feb. 1975, p. 41. 38 Jac. van Weringh THE DUTCH RAILWAY STRIKES OF 1903: SOME REMARKS ON LEGISLATION AND VICTIMIZATION INTRODUCTION During the last 10 years criminology has seen a special emphasis placed on the definitions of criminal behavior. How do they originate? Why are certain acts defined as criminal by a political authority and other acts not?

Cmnd. 4901, London, 1972. 15. Report of the Commission to Consider Legal Procedures to Deal With Terrorist Activities in Northern Ireland. Cmnd. 5185, London, 1972. 16. Report of a Committee to Consider in the Context of Civil Liberties and Human Rights Measures to Deal With Terrorism in Northern Ireland. Cmnd. 5847, London, 1975. 17. National Council for Civil Liberties, Prevention of Terrorism ( Temporary Provisions) Act 1975. A Report on the First 4 Months OPeration of the Act. London, 1975.

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