Heavy Lifting - thoughts and web finds by an economist
|I also contribute to Division of Labour||Load HL's Front Page|
Tuesday, May 25, 2004
There are plenty of stories from behind the Iron Curtain about how private individuals were not allowed to have a typewriter or a copying machine, how cameras were limited in use and people who took pictures near "state assets" could be arrested and thrown in the Gulag for Article 58 violations (read Solzhenitsyn's Archipelago). The argument was that an individual who had pictures of a Dam on the Volga River might send/sell them to enemies of the state that might use them for military information.
Sounds funny right?
Comments: Post a Comment
Le Chai - galerie du vin
Posts that contain Craig Depken per day for the last 90 days.
Heavy Lifting's Main Page
Money I Found Today
Heavy Lifting - Firehose style (56k warning)
- Welcome to the U.S.S.A.
Modified maystar design
powered by blogger