Freedom in the East

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Description: From the World Council of Churches, with headquarters in Prague, to the KGB fronts such as the Transnational Institute in Amsterdam, a network of institutions had been established whose aim was to normalize the Soviet occupation of Eastern Europe while impressing on the people of Europe that they had a common future and that that future was socialism. The discussion was to be led by Eric Hobsbawm, long-standing member of the British Communist Party and a notorious collaborator, and by Perry Anderson, former editor of the New Left Review, representing the only known alternative to the Old Left, namely the New Left, whose revolutionary credentials dated not from 1917 but from 1968, when Parisian cobblestones had replaced Molotov cocktails as the preferred weapon of the self-appointed representatives of the working class.
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