15 November 1998 FROM VLADIVOSTOK TO ST. PETERSBURG, Russians took to the streets on 7 October, most pressing for payment of back wages and President Boris Yeltsin’s resignation. Communist Party leader Gennadii Zyuganov was counting on 40 million people, but by most estimates under a million turned out for the nationwide, protest. “[Yegor] Gaidar stole […]

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