Published in journal "Politics and Society", 2008-3 in rubric "Conflict and consensus", pages 0-0.
Resume: The Russian culture once again stands on the crossroads. The situation is somewhat like both the second half of the last century. The author of this article write: “I am trying to obey the law and to take part in the political life “for the public good”, as I understand it. At the dawn of the Perestroika I accepted the idea of “building a jural and democratic society” with the market and social aims. However, now after many years of reforms, I am at confused, and the reasons are the following”…
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