Winter Into Spring: The Czechoslovak Press and the Reform Movement, 1963-1968

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Winter Into Spring: The Czechoslovak Press and the Reform Movement, 1963-1968

By Frank J. Kaplan
East European Quarterly, 1977
208 pp.
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Yet another book on the Prague Spring, this one containing no revelations but a clear picture of the central role played by the press and a good analysis of the fateful dilemmas facing Dubcek and his colleagues in trying to establish a free press and a new kind of socialism without paying the price.

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