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The new Russian culture minister says he wants to pull Lenin out of his Red Square tomb.
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By letting the decades-old ban lapse, democratic Germany is further defanging a once dangerous book.
The journalist's probing, courageous and timely new book is part of a larger project on how Jews relate to today's Israel.