Vladimir Bushin

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Vladimir Bushin, 2008

Vladimir Sergeyevich Bushin (Russian: Влади́мир Серге́евич Бу́шин; January 24, 1924[1] – December 25, 2019) was a Soviet-Russian writer, essayist, literary critic, columnist and social activist. He was a member of the Union of Soviet Writers and Communist.[2] He was born in Moscow. He was a critic of Boris Yeltsin and Vladimir Putin. His works were about Joseph Stalin and how he was a positive figure of the Soviet Union.

Bushin died in Moscow on December 25, 2019 of cardiopulmonary arrest, aged 95.[3]

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