by Artūras Račas Some years ago I got advice on how to test for the legacy of Communism in the post-Communist countries of Eastern and Central Europe, and to find how deeply this ideology is rooted in the minds of the people. Ask ten passers-by what do the capital letters CK mean, the advice suggested, […]

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