10 January 2001 SOFIA, Bulgaria–It used to be that Bulgarian school children were subjected to a not-so-healthy diet of Marxism and Leninism, and the subjects of the day included things such as the morality and law of the Communist Party, the science of socialism, and, of course, the Russian language. In the early 1990s things […]

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