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New Left Review I/179, January-February 1990


Petr Uhl

The Fight for a Socialist Democracy in Czechoslovakia

From 1968, when you were the first person to be tried and sentenced after the Soviet invasion, right up to the present, when you were one of the last to be released from prison in November 1989, you have always sought to combine a militant defence of human rights with a firm rejection of the ‘other’, capitalist camp. Has this been a difficult path to follow?

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