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Current issue - 02/2017
Generation Lost & Found
Visegrad Youth refuse to become their parents and don't care about Fukuyama's liberal end of history. Young people vote significantly less than Generation X and grasp the revolutionary year of 1989 as simply another historical event. Still, they seek for happiness at super competitive European single market. Let them live their dreams. Let them grow up for politics.
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