Romania: The Entangled Revolution

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Romania: The Entangled Revolution

By Nestor Ratesh
Praeger Publishers, 1991
179 pp. $39.95

Enough time has passed that we can stop marveling at the east European revolutions of 1989 and begin studying them. This is one of the first sustained efforts to piece together the tangled events leading to the demise of the Ceausescu regime in December and the story of the confusing and disappointing transition that followed. Ratesh, a Romanian who emigrated in 1973, is former head of Radio Free Europe's Romanian Broadcasting Department.

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