When Socialist Hungary Went Neoliberal

The events of 1989 are usually remembered as an unprecedented extension of the “free market” to formerly socialist countries. But as the history of 1970s Hungary shows, neoliberal restructuring had never been limited to the West — and spread East long before the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Source: When Socialist Hungary Went Neoliberal

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