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Roy W. Nickerson, Editor-in-Chief

William Robertson, Managing Editor

Sidney Folsom, Managing Editor

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Maine Annex editor Roy W. Nickerson faced flack after disrupting a talk about American-Russian relations by Russian revolutionary, leader of the social-democratic Trudovik faction of the Socialist Revolutionary Party, and president of the short-lived provinsional government following the overthrow of the Czar, Dr. Alexander Kerensky. Kerensky was ousted by the Bolshevisks lead by Vladamir Lenin.


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