Russia’s Agony, America’s Future?

Bolshevik Revolution

DURING WORLD WAR I, the British press was almost uniformly anti-Russian. What reporter Robert Wilton understood made him stand out: that Russia was not only a first-rank power, but a strongly equitable and just society as well. Wilton stood almost alone among English journalists at the time in trying to get the truth out about Old Russia, one where the monarchy was not only strong and respected, but dedicated to social justice as well.

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The Barnes Review, May/June 2016: Russia’s Agony

VOLUME XXII, NUMBER 3

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