SOVIETS STAGE INDEPENDENT MARCH IN MOSCOW

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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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