Helen M. Szablya

Helen M. Szablya is a free-lance writer, columnist, and translator whose work has appeared in several languages. Born in Hungary, she has lived in five countries and under a variety of political systems. She now lives in Washington State.

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Thirty Years Later: Hungary’s Failed Revolution

Hungary has had an atheistic government for the past forty years. Hungarians today seem happy, healthy, and prosperous. Is this proof of the effectiveness of Marxism, communism, and atheism? The examination of this question is particularly timely because of a distinct break-point in history thirty years ago. In 1945 the Communist Soviet Union wrested the … Read more

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