Renowned for his literary exposes of the Soviet Union's worst abuses of power, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn is today trying to make his voice heard in post-communist Russia. In a recent essay published simultaneously in Russia and France, the former dissident roundly condemns Russia's current leadership and the course of reform since tfe mid-1980s

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