Part of a broader investigation concerned with the development of science and technology in a rigidly planned economy. This Memorandum discusses how both technical and nontechnical literature is compartmentalized in the Soviet Union. A comparison of the national bibliographic schemes of the United States with that of the USSR is also made.
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