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The essay deals with the transformation of society and culture in totalitarianism with the example of the Czech folklore revival movement between 1948 and 1989. The text reflects the results of research that used the method of oral history in combination with the study of official and unofficial written and pictorial sources. While describing the principal objectives of the Communist cultural policy, the essay observes the reasons for the mass development of folk ensembles in the 1950s and thedoi:10.21104/cl.2018.2.03 fatcat:nsicodpa5nfgflhyh7jertoyvi