Russia's Political Youths

@inproceedings{Schwirtz2007RussiasPY,
  title={Russia's Political Youths},
  author={Michael Schwirtz},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract: Although most Russian youths are politically apathetic, a small cross section is engaged in political activity--mostly consisting of protest actions--in preparation for the upcoming parliamentary and presidential elections. Youth-based political and civic organizations can be defined generally by their support for, or opposition to, President Vladimir Putin and the party of power. Ideological differences between opposition youth organizations have prevented the formation of an… CONTINUE READING

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