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December 29, 1985

Yelena Bonner spoke with her husband, Soviet dissident Andrei D. Sakharov, in her second telephone call to the city of Gorky in the Soviet Union where he is living in internal exile. Tatyana Yankelevich, Bonner's daughter by a previous marriage, said the phone connection was poor and that although Bonner "avoided any subject that would displease the KGB," the call was interrupted by jamming. This also occurred when Bonner telephoned Sakharov two weeks ago, the first such call since Bonner arrived in the United States early this month for medical treatment.

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