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About Miklos Haraszti

Miklos Haraszti teaches at the University of California's Budapest Study Center, and writes a weekly column for the Budapest Business Journal. He was a blacklisted author (of A Worker in a Worker’s State, among other books), and a participant in the 1989 Hungarian Roundtable Talks on the transition to free elections. As a member of the Hungarian Parliament, he was media affairs spokesperson for the Alliance of Free Democrats.

Articles by Miklos Haraszti

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The "real" Viktor Orbán

Who and what is Viktor Orbán, the recently-deposed Hungarian prime minister? A former colleague in the 1980s’ opposition movement, Miklos Haraszti, critically examines his political character and influence.
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