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Living in The Merry GhettoThe Music and Politics of the Czech Underground$
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Trever Hagen

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780190263850

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: July 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190263850.001.0001

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Human Rights, Prison, and Amplifiers

Human Rights, Prison, and Amplifiers

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(p.93) Chapter 5 Human Rights, Prison, and Amplifiers
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Living in The Merry Ghetto
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Trever Hagen

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780190263850.003.0005

The dance of non-politics during communism was taken into account in its most public form in Charter 77. This chapter begins with the Second Festival of the Second Culture in 1976 and takes us until the early 1980s showing the relationship between dissidents associated with Charta 77 and Undergrounders. The assembly and framing of the relationship between establishment, self, and music in the Underground during the first part of the 1970s provided an entrance point that paired the Underground and the Czechoslovak dissident opposition. I problematize notions of resistance as tied to dissent and protest by taking a critical approach to the paradigm of protest music. The chapter seeks to show how music helps sort out and align groups of people.

Keywords:   Charta 77, prison, trial, police raids, togetherness, fear, samizdat

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