24 November 2003Georgians sweep Shevardnadze from power in a demonstration of raw, but peaceful street power. TBILISI, Georgia–”Georgia’s velvet revolution,” a “velvet coup,” a “revolution of flowers:” however the events of the recent days come to be called, 23 November will go down in Georgian history as the day that the great Soviet survivor Eduard […]

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