30 January 1995 THE MSP OWED PART OF ITS ELECTORAL success to the tenacity and the shrewdness of Gyula Horn, who refashioned his party along Western, social-democratic lines and helped it break out of its political isolation after a 1990 electoral defeat. Horn is one of few state leaders in Hungarian history to come from […]

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