1 December 2003 Democrats deprived of a free and fair vote should perhaps look to Lenin more than the West. First comes the “revolution,” followed immediately by the doubts. Was it a revolution or a coup? Were outsiders involved? Why did they support it? Has the “revolution” been devalued? We snatch defeat from the jaws […]

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