Revolution, Inc.

Friday, December 03, 2004

For ten days, the world witnessed what appeared to be a spontaneous uprising by angry voters in the streets of Kiev. But for months, Ukrainian activists have been carefully honing their message and tactics, strategizing how best to sell themselves. And they've done it with the help of American-backed "uprising consultants" - veterans of opposition movements in Serbia, Belarus, and Georgia. Bob speaks with one of them, Serbian student activist Ivan Moravic.

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