>I think he is referring to the early Marxists' demand for eight-hour working
>days: eight hours of work, eight hours of leisure time, and eight hours of
Not to be confused with the song from the 1991 Beatrice: Utalom az
Egesz XX Szazadot album: Nyolc Ora Munka, Nyolc Ora Pihenes, Nyolc Ora
I think this letter is unnecessary, because the great mistake
> Alexander the Great was a big fan of Hungarian wines...
generates a great deal of response. The facts: Alexander the Great lived and
ruled between BC 336-323. At that time the Hungarian tribes lived a lot
thousands of miles away from Alexander's realm. They dealed mainly with hunting
and husbandry, but not with viticulture. The Hungarian's alcohol-bearing
drink was the "kumisz" which means fermented horsemilk and this drink is
still consumed in Mongolia. I am afraid that Alexander the Great (whatever
great his realm was) had not even connection with Hungarians...
I'm sorry for my awful English.
Attila Vonyo, postgraduate student