By continually splitting apart, merging, and then splitting again, the country’s various incarnations of short-lived liberal alliances have become caught in a loop. Personal rather than political differences are behind the breaks by MICHAEL SHAFIR ROMANIA’S LIBERAL PARties and the international communist movement (particularly in its post-Stalinist period) share one common feature: there is a […]

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