By making great promises to revitalize Hungary’s ailing economy and improve rapidly declining living standards, the reform-communist Hungarian Socialist Party made a landslide comeback in the 1994 elections. After a year in power, however, the government has yet to make good on its campaign pledges by ZOLTAN BARANY HUNGARY’S FIRST POST-communist elections, held in 1990, […]

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