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Zoltan Kesz on collectivism and racism in Hungary

Cronyism and Collectivism in Central EuropeZoltan Kesz, founder of the Free Market Foundation in Hungary, speaks to a luncheon gathering at the Wichita, Kansas Pachyderm Club on February 21, 2014. For more about this topic, see In Hungary, the rise of nationalism and racism. View the video below, or click here to view at YouTube. Paul Soutar is the videographer.

By Bob Weeks

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