by Jeremy Druker That, quite naturally, was the question many people in Central and Eastern Europe were putting to their political leaders in the early 1990s. They suspected that the new crop of post-communist politicians included many former secret police officers and informers, who perhaps planned to resurrect communism, or at least couldn’t be trusted […]

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