19 April 1996Miklos Haraszti, author of The Velvet Prison: Artists Under State Socialism and a former Hungarian parliamentarian, assesses why the broadcast media law was finally passed IT IS ANOTHER “HUNGARIAN MIRACLE.” AFTER A mere one-year delay, Hungary’s socialist-liberal government – itself a Hungarian miracle – passed an all-encompassing media law with the support of […]

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