On July 24 in St. Petersburg after a serious illness died of Nina Andreeva, a chemist who became famous after the publication in 1988 antiperistasis Manifesto called “I can Not renounce principles”.
On the death of 81-year-old Andreeva reported the website of the all-Union Communist party of Bolsheviks, the Central Committee, which she chairs.
“Under Nina Alexandrovna Andreeva’s AUCPB for his active work among the masses made the u-turn of public consciousness to the great personality of Joseph Stalin, cleared of Soviet history from lies, falsifications, and empty vile slander our leader. Today, CFS is growing and growing, gets new companions, friends and allies, bringing a new socialist revolution”, – stated in the obituary of the Secretariat of the unregistered party.
The day the letter was published, Andreeva in the newspaper “Soviet Russia” – March 13, 1988 – called “day of the revival of Bolshevism.”
In the letter, which was then reprinted EN masse, condemned the course of General Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee Mikhail Gorbachev on perestroika, his criticism of the policies of Joseph Stalin.
5 APR 1988 in the newspaper “Pravda” published an article “Principles of perestroika, the revolutionary thinking and action”, written in response to the letter of the Andreeva, one of the ideologists of the reforms, Alexander Yakovlev. He announced the publication of “Soviet Russia “Manifesto antiparasitogenic forces.”
Andreev withdrew from the Leningrad Institute of technology as she spoke – because of persecution and attacks. In November 1991, she was elected leader of the all-Union Communist party of Bolsheviks. In 1995, the party split: one side was headed by Andreev, another – Alexander Lapin.