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Title: История «русского доноса»

Description: 40 лет назад, в 1982 году, вышла повесть Сергея Довлатова «Зона. Записки надзирателя» — источник одной из самых известных довлатовских цитат: «Мы без конца проклинаем товарища Сталина, и, разумеется, за дело. И все же я хочу спросить — кто написал четыре миллиона доносов?» Сам Довлатов на свой вопрос отвечал — «простые советские люди», но доносы поддерживали российскую власть задолго до появления советских людей. Рассказываем, как донос возвысил и разрушил Москву, стал прибыльным делом, государственным долгом, подвигом и просто формой жизни.

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