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Today’s issue of <i>Zhivoye Slovo</i>, an obviously Black Hundred type of paper, carries low, foul slander against Lenin.
<i>Pravda</i> cannot appear because its premises were wrecked by military cadets on the night of July 4-5. This accounts for the delay in publishing a detailed refutation of the foul slander.
For the time being we declare that the <i>Zhivoye Slovo</i> report is <i>slander</i> and that on the night of July 4-5 <i>Chkheidze rang up all the big papers</i>, asking them not to publish slanderous, riot-raising articles. The big papers complied with Chkheidze’s request, and on July 5 none of them published the <i>infamous slander</i>, with the exception of the filthy <i>Zhivoye Slovo</i>.
Alexinsky is so well known as a slanderer that he <i>has not been admitted</i> to the Executive Committee of the Soviet until he rehabilitates himself, i. e., until he <i>redeems his honour</i>.
Citizens! Don’t believe those foul slanderers, Alexinsky and <i>Zhivoye Slovo</i>.
<i>Zhivoye Slovo’s</i> slander is evident at a glance from the following: the paper writes that on <i>May 16</i> a letter (No. 3719) accusing Lenin was sent to Kerensky from the General Staff. Obviously, Kerensky would have been duty bound to have Lenin arrested Immediately and to order a <i>government investigation</i>, had he for a single moment believed those accusations or suspicions to he serious.
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