30 years ago today, on December 29, 1989, the dissident playwright Václav Havel was elected president of Czechoslovakia, in a vote that marked a definitive end to one-party communist rule in the country. The dissident labelled “an enemy of the state“ by the communist regime was paradoxically elected…


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