One might also ask, "Who cares?"
“The Cat in the Hat is a revolt against authority, but it’s ameliorated by the fact that the Cat cleans up everything at the end. It’s revolutionary in that it goes as far as Kernesky and then stops. It doesn’t go quite as far as Lenin.”That's nice. Kerensky (which is who we are talking about) wasn't given to mass murder. He died in New York City in 1970.