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The Road to Unfreedom
Timothy Snyder is convincing in his explanation of how our world understanding has been replaced by a "national understanding".

This article was translated by Google and R.E.

In 1989 I am on my way through Europe on my first Interrail. The world seems open and full of possibilities. But in the international arena, the world does not look bright at all: it is at the very end of the Cold War. And on June 4 of that year, while sitting at a bar in the "south," Chinese authorities massacred protesters in Tiananmen Square. In early May, however, some Hungarians cut their way through the Austrian border fence, and the first hole in it. . .

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Henning Næss
Literary critic in MODERN TIMES.

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