Finerman, Eugene
May 1982
National Review;5/28/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p629
This article presents an account of the socio-political scenario prevailing at London, Zurich, Petrograd and Moscow in the years 1913, 1917, and 1920 respectively. Views of Aleksandr Feodorovich Kerensky, former Prime Minster of Russia overthrown by the Bolshevik Revolution, on the socio-politcal scenario prevailing in Russia is also being presented in the article. Kerensky opined that all Russian liberals can do is write novels. Their idea of defense against a Bolshevik onslaught will be to make a sarcastic remark in French.


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