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Especially for two questions as sensitive Phone Number List as they were fundamental: the reconstruction of a damaged national identity and the reconfiguration of the forces of a disgraced left. If, as Bruno maintains, the disappearance of the USSR caused "a great identity crisis that, since the 1990s, Russian society has striven to Phone Number List overcome in order to rebuild an acceptable identity"4, the discrediting of the communist project that also produced the collapse generated a crisis and a political disorientation of that space that the anti-capitalist forces of Russia are Phone Number List still trying to overcome, within the framework of a strong control of the national State and a resurgence of global neoconservatism.
In search of Russia After having Phone Number List participated in the army that defeated Napoleon, spent a long time in Europe. Returning to the Russian Empire, and shocked by what he had experienced on the continent, he wrote eight Philosophical Letters Phone Number List which were circulated in the literary salons of Moscow. In the first of them he wondered, not without some anguish, about the features that defined Russia and about the place it Phone Number List seemed to occupy in the world.5.