For Czechoslovakia, 1988 was not just a year of several notable round anniversaries. It was also a year of great political importance for our country — as we have come to expect of years ending in an eight. Admittedly there has been no dramatic turn of events, either for the better or the worse, but something did happen, nevertheless: the cards were put on the table, so to speak.
KeywordsCommunist Party Soviet Bloc Political Pluralism Inhibited Theatrical Opposition Force
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