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RUSSIA’S RED SCARE Inside the resurgent Communist Party

WHEN VLADIMIR OBUKHOVSKY speaks of Josef Stalin, his voice drops a tone in reverence. The 23-year-old is too young to remember life under the Soviet dictator—let alone Russia’s Communist system—but he yearns to see the red flag fly over the Kremlin once more. “Communism is the sole system under which our country had it all,” says Obukhovsky, the leader of the modern-day Komsomol, the Soviet-founded Communist youth organization. “Today’s authorities have destroyed everything that was built up by the Soviets.”

YOU DON’T KNOW UNCLE JOE: The majority of Russians now think Stalin’s bloody rule was a good thing.
EDUARD KORNIYENKO/REUTERS
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