The fate of religious freedom in the former USSR, 25 years after its collapse
Kelsey Dallas, Deseret News
When the Soviet Union was dissolved on Dec. 26, 1991, the future looked bright for faith groups. During nearly 70 years of Soviet rule, religious practice had been gradually forced out of public and private life. Faith leaders were sent to labor camps and sacred buildings fell into disrepair.
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