8 March 1996 The collapse of communism and the ensuing flood of new visitors to their country gave Czechs one growing business they were not sure they wanted: prostitution. After years of gridlock over the issue, the Czech government is now letting individual municipalities decide whether to sanction the trade or ban it1 See Pavel […]

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