10 December 1999 PRAGUE-“If your mother was mean or bad, you might be critical of her, but it’s no reason to disown her. She’s still your mother,” says Czech Communist Party Deputy Chairman Vaclav Exner, referring to the party’s pre-1989 predecessor, the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSC). Sitting in his office at party headquarters, a […]

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