Vaclav Havel's speeches reveal changes in his world as well as in himselfby Andrew Hicks Vaclav Havel's latest book in English, The Art of the Impossible: Politics as Morality in Practice, consists of 34 speeches and one article written between 1990 and 1996. The collection reflects that era's turbulence, as Czechoslovakia-and later the Czech Republic-set […]

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