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The Peaceful Revolutionaries of ‘89


Twenty years after the fall: Lessons and legacies

From Budapest’s “Petofi Circle” to Ludvik Vakulik’s “Manifest of 2,000 Words,” members of Eastern Europe’s fearless intelligentsia worked to bring down the Soviet Communist monolith.

Twenty years after the fall: Lessons and legacies

From Budapest’s “Petofi Circle” to Ludvik Vakulik’s “Manifest of 2,000 Words,” members of Eastern Europe’s fearless intelligentsia worked to bring down the Soviet Communist monolith.

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