4 September 2000 A middle-brow newspaper, Mladá fronta Dnes (The Youth Front Today) is one of the most widely read papers in the Czech Republic. In the first half of the 1990s, it uncritically supported the “free-market capitalism” of then Czech Prime Minister, the pseudo “thatcherite,” Václav Klaus. After Klaus fell from grace in late […]

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