4 September 2000 The core countries of Central Europe—the Czech Republic, Hungary and, to a lesser extent, Poland—employed industrial-capitalist systems during the inter-war period. But the countries comprising the vast expanses of the Newly Independent States, Russia and the Balkans had no real experience with such a system. To them, its zealous introduction was nothing […]

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