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Hungary by Nigel Swain

Hungary

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Hungary by Nigel Swain
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Jun 17, 1992 | ISBN 9780860915690

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“Nigel Swain offers an authoritative explanation for the unexpected demise of ‘goulash communism’. If you are looking for the lessons to be learned by the Left from 1989, start here.”—Hugo Radice, Conference of Socialist Economics

“Often regarded as the ‘happiest barracks in the camp’, Hungary was the pioneer of reforms in the communist bloc. Nigel Swain’s book is the first serious and balanced attempt to analyse this experiment in ‘socialism with a human face’ and to ask what went wrong.”—Bill Lomax, University of Nottingham, author of Hungary 1956

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