Edited by Maria Mikhailovna Kostelovskaya and published from 1923 to 1931 by the Moscow Party Committee, Bezbozhnik u stanka was fiercely anti-religious. Originally called Bezbozhnik, it was later forced to add u stanka to the title in order to differentiate it from the atheist newspaper published by the state Antireligious Commission. From 1923 until 1929 it was published monthly, and from 1929 until its closure in 1931 it appeared bi-weekly; its print-run varied between 35,000 and 70,000.
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