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Yevtushenko wrote, "No, Stalin did not die. He thinks that death can be fixed. We removed him from the mausoleum. But how do we remove Stalin from Stalin's heirs?"
That's from his "The Heirs Of Stalin," first published in 1961 and re-published in 1987. In that poem, he warned that Stalin's wicked influence would not die with his body, and that his influence would be felt long after his death.
Of Stalin, Yevtushenko wrote that "he left many heirs behind on this globe. I fancy there’s a telephone in that coffin."
Although he wrote that poem four years before the mysterious birth of Comrade Barack Obama, Yevtushenko had him and those of his ilk in mind. Stalin's spirit sips tea in the Oval Office even now.
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