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1968 Prague Spring

Paris on a quieter day Dan and Sue Schulman tour

Alexander Dubcek became First Secretary of the Communist Party in Czechoslovakia. Dubcek instituted a new program-- what he called "Communism with a Human Approach". Dubcek's reforms included freedom of speech and of the press. The period became known as the "Prague Spring". The Spring came to a sudden end when Soviet troops invaded Czechoslovakia and arrested Dubcek and his government.