Volume IV., No. 6.
Hungarian Review annual subscriptions for six issues, including postage (choose one):
I Never Met a Hungarian Who Didn’t Want to Learn – Memories of the Traiskirchen Refugee Camp of 1956
"As a naive young American answering the call for volunteers, I was motivated not by politics, but by the desire to help those who risked their lives for freedom of the press, free elections, independent political parties and a democratic socialism."
"It is precisely the practice of everyday life that connects the shaman, the fairy tale hero and the fairy tale therapy client."
"Szent-Iványi was a man with sophisticated sense of diplomacy. He was even to be considered by the Soviets in 1944 as a suitable candidate for the position of the Minister of Foreign Affairs. He could have had a brilliant career as a diplomat. But in addition to being a born diplomat, he was also a conspiring mind to the core. In the given historic situation it was his flair for conspiracy that made him the key mover of events."
James C. Bennett and Michael J. Lotus
"Any vision of a world state or of global governance by self-appointed elites will hold little appeal for the peoples of Central and Eastern Europe."
"The post-Cold War ideology of the end of the nation-state through the free market, espoused by Cohn-Bendit and all pro-Europeans, and the pre-Cold War ideology of communism are, in fact, closely related."
John O’Sullivan and Gyula Kodolányi
"The patterns Bennett and Lotus describe also emerge in the tales we are telling our children and grandchildren."