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It has been shown in earlier lectures how the health crisis in Russia is associated with inequality in the provision of the social safety net. A democratic welfare state, some other form of liberal state capitalism, or alternate regime of Russian amalgam may ensue in 21st century Russia. It is also possible that the failure of the Russian government to ensure social welfare, as well as economic stability and transparency in laws and political legislation, engendered by lack of adequate implementation of reforms, may turn into collective unrest and social distress.