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Russia: the revolt at Pikalevo


The closing of three factories in the company town of Pikalevo near St. Petersburg produced a public revolt that evidenced the legacy of the state-subsidized Soviet system and Vladimir Putin’s failure to modernize Russia while he could.

The closing of three factories in the company town of Pikalevo near St. Petersburg produced a public revolt that evidenced the legacy of the state-subsidized Soviet system and Vladimir Putin’s failure to modernize Russia while he could.

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