Hungary’s dissidents were divided into two main groups: one representing urban culture and the ideals of democracy and civic rights, the other seeking a cultural renewal based on an idealization of traditional folk values. Both groups have faded into the political background since the change of regimes, but for very different reasons by TIBOR DESSEWFFY […]

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