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Age of irony

Rich, vulgar and compelling - a new exhibition takes a sarcastic glance at Ceausescuís so-called Golden Era of the 1980s. Review by Michael Bird

December 2010 - From the Print Edition

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Amy Neagoe: on 2010-12-30 16:24:26
http://amycommunications.blogspot.com/2010/12/completare-la-ce-am-scris-despre.html

John Gilmore: on 2010-12-12 06:11:41
I read some of your articles as I am trying to understand what was and is like to live in a country such a yours, with such a drastic change of regime. There are many things I do not understand though: take this article for instance . As far as I see everybody is complaining about the old regime. But all your political structure is based on the old communists who, if true, had it good under the old and even better under the new regime. I see people of your country leaving it due to poor economical conditions. I see a country who virtually was debt free in '89 talking to IMF, industry dismantled,unemployment, etc.- and all these in 20 years.
What I don't understand is WHY people continue to vote 'the old guard'.
Any comments ?

 
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