Old or new in Russia?

What an ironic twist the new freedoms in Russia have brought about. Those who have been enslaved by Communism for the past 76 years have tasted freedom, and it appears that many Russian citizens want to go back to their ``old'' system. What a dilemma for Americans who have heralded to great news of a new freedom in Russia. Should we cheer their free election or reject the outcome? Or should we simply try to ``love our neighbors as our brothers'' and allow them to live under whatever system they choose? David Terentieff, Kennewick, Wash.

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