Although Stalin's rehabilitation after the departure of Khrushchev wore only partial, de-Stalinization abruptly ended. With the active support Shelepina Sevenfold launched an attack on the Soviet dissidents, which are both considered part of the plan conceived by the West "ideological sabotage." Among the Soviet intelligentsia Sevenfold has gained notoriety after he said about Boris Pasternak, published in 1958 his "Doctor Zhivago" in the West: "Even a pig never shit where to eat". In September 1965, on the orders of the Sevenfold were arrested Andrei Sinyavsky and Yuli Daniel - two writers who participated in the funeral of Pasternak in 1960, which, as he dared to publish his "subversive" works in the West. On the show trial in February 1966, a transcript of which was too scandalous for publication, Sinyavsky was sentenced to seven and Daniel - to five years in the camps for "anti-Soviet propaganda". They say Sevenfold even said that he was going to arrest thousands of intellectuals, to discourage others were. Fears of Alexander Solzhenitsyn, perhaps slightly exaggerated and accurately reflect "gloomy trends" at the time. "You can almost say with full confidence that the planned sharp turn back to Stalin" Iron Shurik "Shelepin headed," - he wrote later.