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The journalistic initial effort came with the Central Committee's creation of Bednota ("The Poor"), whose first issue emerged on March 27, 1918.
8) Unable to actually penetrate the village--the total press run for Bednota in April 1923 was only 149,000 copies--the party thus determined to create local peasant journalistic/political agen ts writing letters and brief articles who would establish the necessary contact with the villages and set the boundaries of discourse.
13) Also in February the First All-Union Conference of Sel'kory for bednota convened, with Kalinin delivering the keynote address, "On the Tasks of Village Correspondents.