6 edition of The socialist regimes of East Central Europe found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 285-289.
|Statement||Jerzy Tomaszewski ; translated by Jolanta Krauze.|
|LC Classifications||DJK50 .T66 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||305 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||305|
|LC Control Number||88032170|
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Jan 01, · A remarkable answer to this challenge has been provided by a new generation of historians who turned their attention to the social history of socialist dictatorships in East Central Europe, and took a peculiar interest in the “small,” the “mundane” and Cited by: 2. Nov 03, · Phil Gasper, the editor of a comprehensive edition of the Communist Manifesto, contrasts the so-called socialist regimes of Eastern Europe 20 years ago with the principles at the heart of the.
of the communist regimes in East-Central Europe and their subsequent democratic consolidation, but scarce attention has been paid to the specific characteristics of this social domain in state. Oct 28, · While socialist economies of Central and Eastern Europe continued to grow for much of the communist period, capitalist countries in Western Europe grew faster. For example, look at .
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Get this from a library. The socialist regimes of East Central Europe: their establishment and consolidation, [Jerzy Tomaszewski]. A factual presentation of Eastern Europe's main political events as its nations marched through the phases of "people's democracy," Stalinization ("non-democratic centralism") and then limited de-Stalinization.
There is nothing extraordinary about the book, except that it was written before the events of by a University of Warsaw professor for his own students and other East European readers. mollycmorin.com: The Socialist Regimes of East Central Europe: Their Establishment and Consolidation (English and Polish Edition) () by Jerzy Tomaszewski and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great mollycmorin.com Range: $ - $ Several past and present states have declared themselves socialist states or in the process of building mollycmorin.com majority of self-declared socialist countries have been Marxist–Leninist or inspired by it, following the model of the Soviet Union or some form of people's or national mollycmorin.com share a common definition of socialism and they refer to themselves as socialist states on.
The history of socialism has its origins in the French Revolution and the changes which it brought, although it has precedents in earlier movements and ideas. The Communist Manifesto was written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in just before the Revolutions of swept Europe, expressing what they termed scientific socialism.
The State against Society: Political Crises and Their Aftermath in East Central Europe. In this Book. Additional Information. produced important cross-national differences among state-socialist regimes, and contributed to the distinctive patterns of their collapse.
Table of Contents. The Evolution of Agrarian Institutions studies the unexpectedly slow and uneven growth of private agriculture in postsocialist East-Central Europe. Comparing developments in Hungary and Bulgaria, Mieke Meurs offers an explanation for this slow growth and examines its implications for efficiency and income distribution in postsocialist agriculture.
Between the end of the Second World War and the spectacular collapse of communist rule inseveral state-socialist regimes of East Central Europe experienced major political crises threatening their domestic political order and the geopolitical relations in the region.
The Hungarian Revolution. Jan 06, · The contributions focus on turning points or moments of rupture as well as on the continuities.
Though its focus is on an East–West comparison in Europe, there are texts also dealing with Latin America, China, and the Middle East, giving the book a global outlook.
Jan 06, · Ideological Storms. Intellectuals, Dictators, and the Totalitarian Temptation, edited by Vladimir Tismăneanu and Bogdan C. Iacob, Budapest: CEU Press, This volume gathers authors who wrote important works in the fields of the history of ideology, the comparative study of dictatorship, and intellectual history.
The book is a state of the art reassessment and analysis. Jul 30, · His provocative argument that the seeds of post-socialist economic transformations in Central and Eastern Europe were in fact planted during the socialist period when a succession of socialist regimes and leaders presided over massive industrialization and socialist economic development, which established the framework for subsequent economic.
Focusing on Romania from toEmanuela Grama‘s new book Socialist Heritage: The Politics of Past and Place in Romania (Indiana University Press, ) explores the socialist state’s attempt to create its own heritage, as well as the legacy of that project.
Contrary to arguments that the socialist regimes of Central and Eastern Europe aimed to erase the pre-war history of the. Nov 03, · Socialism, Stalinism and Eastern Europe.
contrasts the so-called socialist regimes of Eastern Europe 20 years ago with the principles at The central dynamic of any capitalist society is a. Extract. Social Consequences of War: Preliminaries to the Study of Imposition of Communist Regimes in East Central Europe* Jan T. Gross In spite of the enormous impact the Second World War had on the fate of East Central European societies and the availability of monographs covering specialized topics, no general histories of wartime regimes in these countries are currently available.
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According to Bibo, East‐ Central Europe is more or less the region east of the Elbe. Western Europe is identified with Roman or common law and the emergence of civil society from “little. the socialist regimes of east central europe. their establishment and consolidation london: routledge.
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Their establishment and consolidation, - [Book review]Author: Anoniem. Understanding the nature, dynamics, and consequences of Stalinism in Eastern and Central Europe remains an urgent scholarly and moral task.
The present volume compiles the proceedings of the conference “Stalinism Revisited: The Establishment of Communist Regimes in the former Soviet Bloc” (29–30 NovemberWashington, D.C., USA).
The Eastern Bloc, also known as the Communist Bloc, the Socialist Bloc and the Soviet Bloc, was the group of communist states of Central and Eastern Europe, East Asia, and Southeast Asia under the hegemony of the Soviet Union (USSR) during the Cold War (–) in.
Stalinism Revisited: The Establishment of Communist Regimes in East-Central Europe Vladimir Tismaneanu Central European University Press, Jan 1, - History - pages.Labor regimes under communism in East-Central Europe were complex, shifting and ambiguous.
This collection of sixteen essays offers new conceptual and empirical ways to understand their history from the end of the Second World War tochallenging accepted notions of East European "transitions" and "transformations.".Nov 22, · This article analyzes the less familiar criticism of the core of the socialist theory of human rights and discusses whether this criticism proved to be particularly damaging for the socialist regimes’ legitimacy, self-esteem, and international standing, leading to their defensive stance in this mollycmorin.com: Michal Kopeček.