4 February 2004 Editor’s note: This article was originally published in the Hungarian newspaper, Nepszabadsag, on 24 January 2004. BUDAPEST, Hungary–In the middle of a hip Budapest neighborhood, at a multicultural club called Szoda, a group that calls itself “Bitches in Trouble” (picsak a pacban) is having its regular meeting. The members are recently-graduated lawyers, […]

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