Russia's Anti-Americanism

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The United States is setting up bases in some former Soviet republics in Central Asia, and ordinary Russians are not happy about it. While President Vladimir Putin has given firm support to the U.S. war against terrorism, many Russian citizens worry that the United States is trying to spread its global influence. President Bush travels to Russia later this week for a summit with President Putin. NPR's Lawrence Sheets reports from Moscow.



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