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As the belief in a strong personality, able to change the world for the better, as the image of a vicious villain, threatening the entire world, are deeply rooted in the minds of the people, stirred up by mass culture and mass media. It all comes down to the old question, which thrilled the minds even in the far XIXth century – the role of a personality in history. Frankly subjective approach of Western mass media, expressed in the exaggeration of Putin's role, resonated with the American left-wing politicians. Tony Wood, the "New Left Review" journal editor, in his recently published book "Russia without Putin", stands up for the scientific view of the role of Vladimir Putin’s personality in the history of post-Soviet Russia. This review will briefly focus on the main arguments, used by the author, specifying their main advantages and disadvantages. It will try to provide answers on the main question of whether the author managed to see and show Russia without Putin?

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