10 January 1997 ACCORDING TO A MAY 1995 SURVEY BY the TeleMedia polling institute, 60 percent of Hungarian families did not buy books or attend cultural events during the previous month. The 27 percent of respondents who purchased more than one book during that period had purchased cheap editions or sale books.1 Yet in an […]

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