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The paper describes how Estonia has been controlled by various foreign powers, including Denmark, Sweden, Poland and Russia. The paper explains that Estonia is a constitutional democracy, with a president elected by its unicameral parliament. The paper discusses how although Estonia officially declared its independence in 1991, the movement toward an independent economy actually began in the late 1980s. The paper discusses how monetary reform was the centerpiece of the new system for both economic and symbolic reasons. The paper relates that the United States formally re-established diplomatic relations with Estonia on September 2, 1991 and on September 6, the U.S.S.R. Supreme Soviet offered recognition.
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