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Unformatted text preview: evening of Burbova’s death hundreds of people; including anti-fascists and human-rights activists marched in remembrance. Russian nationalists celebrated at the murder site of Anastasia Burbova, and human-rights attorney Stanislav Markelov, one even quoted saying “The two Russophobes have gone to hell.” Throughout the Stalin, Czar, and Mongol period, also the case of Anastasia Burbova, the citizens were not allowed to speak their mind, and if they did they were most likely killed. Families taught their children the virtue that “the walls have ears” and to never speak badly of the government. The people lived with the constant fear of the government, and that they had to do exactly what the government said or they would be punished....
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- Winter '09
- Peter I of Russia, Saint Petersburg, Novaya Gazeta, Bronze Horseman, Anastasia Burbova