<<Moscow Helsinki Group documents, 1976-1982>>
No. 26 (21 November 1977): To the [CSCE] Conference in Belgrade to review the implementation of the  Helsinki Agreement. This document was summarized in CCE 47, but its number was not indicated, and the list of authors was incomplete.
No. 27 (25 December 1977): On prolonging the period of Alexander Ginzburg, Yury Orlov and Anatoly Shcharansky‘s detention (in this issue, CCE 48.2).
No. 28 (31 December 1977): On P. Vins (in this issue, CCE 48.3).
No. 29 (12 January 1978): On V.P. Khailo (in this issue, CCE 48.16, pt 2).
No. 30 (2 February 1978): On violations of the freedom of postal and telephonic communication.
A list of 74 disconnected telephones is appended. For example, in December 1977 the telephones of Moscow residents Lev Kopelev (CCE 45), Maria Petrenko-Podyapolskaya, Vladimir Slepak, the Tverdokhlebovs’ flat, Boris Chernobylsky, Vladimir Tufeld and Natalya Khasina, and Leningrad resident Ada Taratuta, were all disconnected.
No. 31 (2 February 1978): On the arrest of Levko Lukyanenko (in this issue, CCE 48.3).
No. 32 (2 February 1978): On the right to leave one’s country (in this issue, CCE 48.17, “The Right to Leave”).
No. 33 (February 1978): On Alexander Zinoviev (in this issue, CCE 48.18, “Extrajudicial Persecution”).
No. 34 (February 1978): On the reclassification of the charges against Yu. Orlov (in this issue, CCE 48.2).
No. 35 (February 1978): Statement on the [CSCE] conference in Belgrade.
“… the wrecking of the conference by the Soviet Union on the pretext of [Western] interference in its internal affairs would be, of course, a great misfortune. It would involve a prolonged but nonetheless temporary delay on the historically inevitable path of detente. But a far greater misfortune, a catastrophe with consequences for the whole future of humanity and one that would be hard to put right, would be a capitulation before the [Soviet] threat to wreck the conference.”
No. 36 (16 February 1978): On the formation of the ‘Free Trade Union’ (in this issue, CCE 48.21, “Miscellaneous Reports”).
No. 37 (9 March 1978): About the right to a pension depending on the period worked and about the size of pensions.
No. 38 (9 March 1978): On the position of invalids deprived of the possibility of independent movement from place to place. A call for the formation of an association of such invalids.