Yeltsin and Primakov

NPR's Michelle Keleman reports that six months after the Russian economy took a turn for the worse, the government still hasn't been able to resuscitate the ruble. Many Russians are blaming Russian president Boris Yeltsin, who is seen as politically, as well as physically, weak.

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