The moral revolution

In the first half of the 1990s, Emil Constantinescu was a great hope for all those exasperated with the reactionary nature of Ion Iliescu’s post-communist regime. An intellectual, a representative of the civism reborn after decades of dictatorship, but especially an apostle of purifying the state of the corruption that…...

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