Most parties running in the Duma elections made poor use of the free air time allotted to them. Some also ran expensive paid campaigns, but voters rejected advertising gimmicks that included everything from talking cows to ribald rhymes. Television commercials alone were no substitute for an established voter base and real political issues by LAURA […]

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