Towards a colonial democracy
- Author: Rumen Vodenicharov
- Year: 11-08-2022
- Availability: In Stock
- Product Code: 3041-01
- SKU: 11.0237
- ISBN: 978-619-01-1078-1
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"Living in interesting times" is a well-known Chinese curse, so current in our latitudes. Our only consolation is that interesting times provoke interesting thoughts. Such you will find in the present book - the magnum opus of a doctor of quantum chemistry, an ex-member of the 7th Supreme National Assembly and an ex-candidate for vice-president in the first direct presidential election (1992) - Rumen Vodenicharov.
During the thirty years of the epic-dramatic transformation that gained the infamous name of "Transition", Rumen Vodenicharov fought ceaselessly with the power of speech to help his compatriots rise to the level of the challenges they faced. His uncompromising journalism and candid interviews paint a dynamic picture of this turbulent period. At the beginning was the hope for a constructive future based on prosperity, justice and common human values. This was followed by the anxiety of decline and destruction caused by our own and foreign 'benefactors'. Finally there was the disappointment with the chimera "Transition" and the unfulfilled Bulgarian ideal.
The collection of authors' contributions sounds startlingly topical with its astonishing predictions, intuitive hits and competent political analyses of the development of our world. Without claiming a monopoly on truth, the author leaves it to readers to decide what is good and what is evil. True to Paisii's words about "the usefulness of history", Rumen Vodenicharov leaves a kind of testament for future generations.
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Tags: Bulgarian History, Journalism, Books About the Transition, Political Science & Politics, Behind the Scenes
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