15 January 1998 With a floundering economy, an unusually chaotic political scene, and another cold, gray winter upon them, Czechs found little reason to celebrate the eighth anniversary of the glorious 1989 “velvet revolution” on 17 November. As one Czech opinion pollster said recently: “Peoples’ opinions are influenced by mere envy or personal frustration and […]

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