11 March 2002 The Czech “elite” should look to their first president–and look in the mirror before generalizing about minorities. Perhaps then common prejudices can begin to be uprooted. Last week’s anniversary of the birth of Tomas Garrigue Masaryk, the founder of Czechoslovakia, should serve as a reminder to public figures far and wide of […]

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