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Nikita Alekseevich Struve

editor , publisher , literaryscholar

Nikita Struve, USSR Editor, literaryscholar, publisher.


Struve, Nikita was born on February 16, 1931 in Paris.


Graduated from the Sorbonne.


Professor at the University of Paris. Director of the Russian publishing house YMCA Press in Paris, which published many works by Russian philosophers and writers (including Solzhenitsyn) which at the time were not available elsewhere. Editor of the magazine Vestnik RSHD.


Every religion forces people to rely on outside authority, thus depriving them to become self-sufficient.


Strong communist party can create a new and better society with neither rich nor poor.