THE IMPACT OF THE LEGAL MILIEU ON THE PRIVATE ENTERPRISE IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA IN THE 1950S AND THE 1960S
This article deals with the repression against private enterprise in Czechoslovakia in the 1950s and 1960s. Czechoslovakia experienced the biggest changes in relation to the private enterprise out of all countries belonging to the Soviet block. During a few years after the incorporation to this block, the legal enterprising in Czechoslovakia had almost disappeared. Private enterprise was fi rstly restrained by prohibition, and consecutively by the laws that, in comparison to enterprise directed by the state, entailed a big handicap to private business. Later attempts to revive private enterprise were implemented with big diffi culties, owing to enduring opinions of the establishment of the Communist Party and the state. Its partial revitalisation had been thus implemented only underhandedly and under extremely restrained conditions.
repression of private entrprise, partial revitalisation of private enterprise, History of Czechoslovakia 1950-1965
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