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The year 1977, nicknamed human rights, meant for Romania the exit from the deafening silence of conformity. The writer Paul Goma was the only one who publicly expressed solidarity with Charter 77 from Czechoslovakia, initiating a Human Rights Movement. The intellectuals, with two exceptions, did not join. The present study tries to explain why romanian intellectuals did not show solidarity with the human rights movement, in a year in which almost all the countries in the Soviet block were moving in this direction.doi:10.5281/zenodo.3978077 fatcat:vffifioeondujc32dttjaduosu