A recent anthology covering Romania’s transition process adopts a sympathetic tone for what is primarily a tale of woe by Lucian Branea Post-Communist Romania: Coming to Terms with Transition, edited by Duncan Light and David Phinnemore. St. Martin’s Press, April 2001. Developing a book by assembling papers presented at a conference and then filling possible […]

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