Soviet Labour Review

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The Soviet Labour Review was an anti-Communist newsletter on Soviet law and working conditions, based in south London. It was established in 1983 by a group of Russian emigres connected to the Narodny Trudovy Soyuz (NTS). In 1984, the publication received a £129,000 grant from the National Endowment for Democracy. The grant was negotiated by the review's New York-based publishers, the Russian Research Foundation. It's editor at the time George Miller, was the son of Boris Miller, the UK representative of NTS. George Miller told the Guardian that the NTS believed in a 'Catholic-based, Thatcher-type classical liberalism.'[1]


  1. Britons get cash from US 'slush fund' / British organisations receiving money from US sources to 'promote democracy', Guardian, 9 December 1985.