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September 14, 1989
Ethnic Russian workers have formed a group to oppose radical economic reform and to defend fellow Russians from nationalist movements in outlying Soviet republics. The United Front of Workers of Russia held its founding congress in the Siberian city of Sverdlovsk last week. The newspaper Soviet Russia said that 110 delegates from 29 industrial centers took part. Many of those present were alarmed at President Mikhail S.
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September 14, 1989
Ethnic Russian workers have formed a group to oppose radical economic reform and to defend fellow Russians from nationalist movements in outlying Soviet republics. The United Front of Workers of Russia held its founding congress in the Siberian city of Sverdlovsk last week. The newspaper Soviet Russia said that 110 delegates from 29 industrial centers took part. Many of those present were alarmed at President Mikhail S.
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February 19, 1990 | Associated Press
Right-wing Russian nationalists staged a venomous rally Sunday to complain about President Mikhail S. Gorbachev's reforms, warming U.S.-Soviet relations and the growing nationalism in non-Russian republics. About 2,000 people who gathered in deep snow near Soviet TV's transmission tower heard speakers accuse Gorbachev of being power-hungry and plunging the Soviet Union into poverty and misery.
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