LOOKING INTO THE FUTURE THROUGH LESS THAN ROSE-COLORED GLASSES.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 1 Issue: 43
Trud on June 2 featured the following anecdote aboutlife in the Russian military. A draftee being examined by a militarymedical commission is asked whether he has any physical problems.The draftee says that unfortunately he suffers from nearsightedness.The doctors tell him: "That’s no problem; we’ll send youto the front lines right away."
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