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  1. There will be no adequate analog for a gift from France. What would you give us ? And millions of migrants “from a very” angry Europe at that time were met by American Freedom. Let �be a space �rocket �as the hope for a new Earth . Or too romantic?

  2. Minin and Pozharsky, obviously. Symbol of the freedom of the Russian people from the foreign yoke. You can also recall the Volgograd Motherland, which in general is a symbol of the same thing. Russia is unlucky as the United States to be a giant island protected by oceans on all sides, so the symbol of freedom in Russia is a symbol of victory in wars in which the invaders sought to destroy the Russian people, but could not.

  3. if we consider the Statue of Liberty of the United States as a symbol of the concept with which this country was built – liberalism, individuality, rights, personal freedom of an individual, etc., then Russia in this case is characterized by the concept of conservatism and partly religious fundamentalism, and in my opinion an important semantic symbol of Russia in this case isByzantine double-headed eagle. Orthodoxy is indeed the most important bond. Here's what the President's “confessor” says::

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/vEqjPGwLpIY?wmode=opaque

    Numerous ” examples from the history of Russia confirm that the intolerance of innovations is rooted in its very bowels. �Orthodoxy, as a formative part of Russian “culture,” was and remains the main spiritual source of the Russian “worldview,” and no forces were able to eradicate it from the Russian “consciousness,” no matter how hard the revolutionary reformers tried to force the people to renounce it with fire and sword. But evolution is inherent in all living things, and it cannot be stopped, it can only be slowed down. Nevertheless, the assessment of the role of Orthodoxy in the development of Russia is an explosive topic. It risks “triggering an outburst of indignation, a painful wave of indignation, and an underlying sense of inferiority.” Therefore, politicians and economists prefer not to think about the impact of cultural and religious values on the development of society. They “prefer to cite bad political decisions, bad rulers, weak social institutions, or insufficient civil society-all of which allow them to “protect” a politically incorrect problem. But the historical need to speed up the process “will eventually force us to think about what heritage at the heart of our “culture” hinders the development of our society. A. Konchalovsky

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