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Pioneers’ Spirit

Politicians who want to improve life for young people should look to the Hungarian example by Zsuzsanna Clark The Guardian, Sunday 25 February 2007 Twenty million Scouts around the world last week marked Founder’s Day, and with it the 100th … Continue reading

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Goulash and Solidarity

Zsuzsanna Clark compares growing up in communist Hungary with life there, and in Britain, today Saturday 2 November 2002 The Guardian When people ask me what it was like growing up in Hungary in the 1970s and 80s, most expect … Continue reading

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Oppressive and grey? No, growing up under communism was the happiest time of my life

By Zsuzsanna Clark Daily Mail – October 17, 2009 When people ask me what it was like growing up behind the Iron Curtain in Hungary in the Seventies and Eighties, most expect to hear tales of secret police, bread queues … Continue reading

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