Politics Without a Past - PB
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BeschreibungArgues that the rise to power of quasi-nationalist demagogues in many post-communist countries is the result of "organized forgetting" orchestrated by communist regimes that left these countries with little common history.
PortraitShari J. Cohen, a political scientist, is currently Senior Research Fellow at the National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership in New York City.
Pressestimmen"A pioneering study. This book should be required reading for journalists and diplomats who deal with post-communist Europe." - James Felak, University of Washington "Cohen's deft and ingenious examination of the historical, political, biographical, and moral features of Slovakia's present and recent past, in particular the peculiar and powerful quality and impact of the Leninist legacy, contributes substantially to our grasp of this area's novel political sociology."-Ken Jowitt, University of California, Berkeley" "This book is well documented and, for anyone interested in the current travails of Eastern Europe in general and Slovakia in particular, this is a valuable source text."--Morning Star, 23 October, 2000
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: DUKE UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: November 1999
Seitenanzahl: 296 Seiten