TABOR - Tradition and Contemporaneity in the Romanian Orthodox Church
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Old Paintings (IV)
Since 1948, Romania had a gray, dull media, with ugly graphics, marked by declamatory style, inept slogans and rude, “proletarian” aggression. Slowly, the media - written, radio and television – becomes more diverse and attenuates the restrictive atmosphere of the communist era. Meanwhile, the pubs and the restaurants in Bucharest also had the chance to soften the rigors of the proletarian life, giving people the opportunity to relax and socialize.