They were well traveled and well mannered; they wore hipster glasses.
They were wonky (some held aloft graphs showing statistical deviations
that they said proved election fraud). In short, they were young urban
professionals, a group that benefited handsomely from Moscow’s
skyrocketing real estate market and the trickle-down effect of the
nation’s oil wealth.
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