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A Russian politician, Alexei Didenko, took an ice-bucket challenge in in to protest what he called “anti-Russian American propaganda. The book draws its title from a line Dickey heard from many Russians in “ You Americans all just think that we have bears wandering. Washington's biggest problem with the Russians isn't Putin. It's the surged from 4 percent in January to 42 percent in January . with the government in their country, but they should not feel all alone in the world.
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