25 September 2000 It was good weather for overthrowing the international order. The midday sun cast long shadows of the neo-gothic cathedral on one of Prague’s main squares. If it hadn’t been for the hundreds of protesters, pensioners would have nattered the hours away on benches, workmen would have enjoyed a lunch-time nap, and teenagers […]

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