Anne Garrels

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Anne Garrels on KCRW

Vladimir Putin is wildly popular in Russia’s economically depressed cities like Chelyabinsk. In the country’s heartland, the city was an industrial center until the fall of communism.

What do rural Russia and rural America have in common?

Vladimir Putin is wildly popular in Russia’s economically depressed cities like Chelyabinsk. In the country’s heartland, the city was an industrial center until the fall of communism.

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