Hungary: Just How Radical Is Viktor Orban?

He's likely to be the next Prime Minister--and he's making business nervous

In the spring of 1989, a Hungarian student radical named Viktor Orban made a shocking public demand: Russian soldiers, go home. Many Hungarians feared bloody Soviet reprisals. Instead, the tearing down of the Iron Curtain a few months later made the 26-year-old anti-communist agitator a national hero.

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