I found the introduction to your article about sexual assault disturbing (“Chilling the sexes,” Cover, Feb. 17). You cite the case of a man who was acquitted of raping a woman because she supposedly gave him the wrong impression and consequently, according to the judge, licensed him to commit a crime.
At Moscow’s 1,370-seat Star movie theatre, audiences lined up to see the 1984 Hollywood science-fiction film The Terminator. On radio, local disc jockeys praised the latest songs by native rock bands Black Coffee and Time Machine. And the city’s fine arts museum unveiled some of its dazzling new acquisitions.By MALCOLM GRAY6 min
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