by Robin Healey Before 1989, all students at Czech universities took courses in political subjects which aimed - amongst other things - at influencing students' moral thinking. After 1989 there was a strong reaction against this and university managers, academics and students swept away anything that seemed to attempt to impose political or moral control. […]

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