October 3, 2016

In early 1990, Vaclav Havel took New York by storm.  Six months earlier he had been in jail and two months earlier he had been elected President of Czechoslovakia. Yet here he was. Havel’s every visit to a pub in Greenwich Village made its way into the press, and digni...

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