VACLAV HAVEL: A Political Tragedy in Six Acts

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In an eloquent and meditative treatment that reads more like a political essay than a biography, Keane (The Ram of God, 1996, etc.) presents the life of Czech President Vaclav Havel as one of the tragic stories of 20th-century European history. Havel was known in the West for many years as a playwright and human-rights activist who resisted the Soviet-backed Czechoslovakian Communist regime and ... Read full review

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A treasure from Lessig. Compelling treatment of why the law and technology cannot be separate domains. My tech-savvy attorney friends mostly haven't read it, which is their loss. Your and my legislators haven't read it either, which is tragic. My inner avatar is screaming.

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