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Iurii Shchekochikhin (1950-2003), one of the most famous journalists of modern Russia, was a rare Duma deputy in three successive periods who has a spotless personal reputation for all the years of his career. He died suddenly in Moscow under suspicious circumstances with symptoms which very much resemble the disease suffered by Ukrainian President Iushchenko. The Duma just initiated one more a commission to investigate the circumstances of his death. Shchekochikhin never wore a gun, but his articles had a great impact on the course of major events in Russia, such as military conflicts, personal freedom and the rights of citizens. He was a "pain in the behind" for many influential people. This book includes 27 of his essays and 34 memoirs of those who proudly called themselves his friends. Two other books by Shchekochikhin are also available: Raby GB: XX Vek. Religiia Predatel'stva (1999); Zabytaia Chechnia: Stranitsy iz Voennykh Bloknotov (2003).
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Book Description Inapress, Novaia gazeta, 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M5871351565