SOVIETS STAGE INDEPENDENT MARCH IN MOSCOW

Soviet radicals Tuesday staged an independent Revolution Day march through Moscow, calling for an end to the Communist Party's monopoly on power. About 10,000 people - workers and housewives, students and intellectuals - paraded along the city's inner ring road as the traditional military display and civilian demonstration was under way on Red Square.

Not since the mid-1920s, just before Joseph Stalin took full control in the Kremlin, had there been a major display of dissenting views in Moscow on Nov. 7, the Soviet Union's main holiday.

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