This Is How Russia Does Soviet Nostalgia

ABC News’ Kirit Radia attends the first May Day celebration in Red Square since the fall of the USSR. It’s part of Putin's effort to rally the country around Soviet nostalgia.
1:03 | 05/01/14

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The annual May Day celebration here in Moscow it's a big deal -- here at this year it's really special you've got. Together -- workers what's really think about this year's and they're being allowed to go to Red Square for the first time. And what's so fascinating about this it's good young -- -- -- trying to reclaim the Soviet. You heard people singing the old Soviet songs and now part of that -- Cracking down on the.

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