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Soviet Union
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  • Well, perhaps you will be able to come to the Soviet Union and continue your studies there.
  • All of your rich compatriots who wish sentimentally to aid the Soviet Union as they believe or to insure themselves a little against any eventual success of the party see instantly in the face of this man, and in his manner that he can be none other than a trusted agent of the Comintern.

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  • Over half of the citizens of the Soviet Union were Russian.
  • He de— scribed what was happening in Afghanistan as a "war between two elephants"—the US and the Soviet Union—not our war, and said that we Pashtuns were "like the grass crushed by the hooves of two fierce beasts."
    Malala Yousafzai  --  I Am Malala

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