Russian Studies in Philosophy 35 (2):6-20 (1996)

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There are practically no sincere and consistent "Westernizers" left in our country after the almost universal "Westernist" euphoria at the end of the eighties. This applies equally to active politicians of all camps and to the predominant moods in society
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