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Russia’s nationalist rage continues to mount

MOSCOW — Officially, Russia’s Day of National Unity is meant to mark the conquest over Moscow’s Polish occupiers in 1612. But thanks to events such as the officially sanctioned “Russian March,” it’s actually an annual reminder of the xenophobia that’s increasingly pervading society, directed mainly against predominantly Muslim migrant laborers from the Caucasus and Central Asia. 
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