Interview with Alexander Nekrassov
Gov't refuses to accept austerity measures breach human rights.
Published on 22 Jan 2014, 15:00
Monday marked the 90th anniversary of the death of Vladimir Lenin - the man credited with changing the course of history for Russia, and the world. His body is on public display in central Moscow, and just like him the ideas he launched a revolution for are not exactly buried. For Russians, 70 years of the Soviet Union left most people indifferent towards Lenin's legacy. Although he remains popular as a way to sell souvenirs, and in the world of art. Hovewer, the socialist ideas he fought for have gained some traction in the West. For a detailed look at his socialist ideas Joseph Kishore, a National Secretary of the American Socialist Equality Party, joins RT.
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