School books with image of Soviet dictator Stalin spark row

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Part of the "Famous Russians" series, school notebooks with the picture of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin are proving popular in Russia.

But historians and human rights activists argue that a man accused of killing millions of people should not be portrayed in such a positive manner.

Mike Fox reports.

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