ing structure stretches the vista of an inevitable social development which cannot but follow in the footsteps of economic and political progress.
The "latch-key to Russia" is still out of the hands of its natural owner. But, unless the readjustments which will follow the War leave Europe in a state of expectancy of another struggle, the control over the Dardanelles, complete, or, at least, sufficient to insure free passage, will, undoubtedly, form the important part of Russia's share of the War's spoils.
(From "Satirikon," Petrograd.)
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