In Oct. 28, 1956, as a symbol of protest against the Russian control of their country, Hungarians pull down the statue of late Russian Premier Joseph Stalin during a rebellion in Budapest, Hungary.
In Oct. 28, 1956, as a symbol of protest against the Russian control of their country, Hungarians pull down the statue of late Russian Premier Joseph Stalin during a rebellion in Budapest, Hungary. AP
In Oct. 28, 1956, as a symbol of protest against the Russian control of their country, Hungarians pull down the statue of late Russian Premier Joseph Stalin during a rebellion in Budapest, Hungary. AP

Confederate monuments deserve Soviet treatment

August 17, 2017 5:00 AM