by Josephine Schmidt An Unexpected Champion Of Ukraine’s ‘October Revolution’ Students who staged an unprecedented pro-democracy hunger strike against the regime of the Soviet Ukraine in October 1990 attracted broad sympathy from a usually apathetic public. The protesters’ chief demands, including the resignation of the republic’s old-guard prime minister, Vitalii Masol, were fulfilled. And the […]

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