Prague Spring

Schaff, Marta
August 2017
Prague Spring;8/1/2017, p1
Focuses on the democratic reforms instituted by the Czechoslovak Communist Party in 1968, during the period known as the Prague Spring. Election of Alexander Dubcek as First Secretary of the Czechoslovak Party; Details of Dubcek's reforms, including expanded civil liberties for Czechs and Slovaks; Invasion of Czechoslovakia by Soviet forces, and removal of the reform-minded regime; Assertion that the Prague Spring was not the result of a true desire for democracy.


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