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Fascism, Liberalism and Social Democracy in Central Europe [Paperback]

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The three main currents in twentieth century political thought and practice "fascism, liberalism, and social democracy", emerged not in isolation from one another, but rather as competing and conflicting ideologies connected with particular social strata in different parts of Central Europe. That historical legacy continues to exert influence on popular perceptions and the relationship of contemporary political parties in the postcommunist world. This volume of essays seeks to place the forces of Neo-Liberalism, Social Democracy, and Neo-Fascism within their historical perspective and their appeal to contemporary constituencies. In addressing the left, center, and right political elements, an international group of authors presents detailed analyses of a myriad of political options, including the skinheads and Neo-Nazis of central Europe, Hungarian Social Democracy, the Civic Forum in the Czech Republic, the party system in Slovakia, the development of FP in Au! stria, and the Radical right in the Czech Republic. Papers also document the fall and rise of Social Democracy in the Czech Republic, the undermining of Slovak democracy, and Austrian Social Democracy before and after 1945. Concluding articles reflect on the limitations of Liberalism in Hungary and the ideology and role of socialist parties in the post-socialist milieu of Eastern-Central Europe. This book will be invaluable in providing the historical environment with an understanding of a vibrant, sometimes turbulent political arena.

Table of contents

Lene Bgh Srensen & Leslie C. Eliason: Introduction; Curt Srensen: Historical Roots of Austrian Right Wing Politics: Traditions and Preconditions; Reinhold Grtner: The Development of FP from 1986 to 1996; Leslie C. Eliason: Austrian Social Democracy at the Crossroads: The Political Consequences of the 1999 Elections; Curt Srensen: The Labour Movement in the First Austrian Republic: Theory and Praxis of Austromarxism; Vladimira Dvorkov: The Politics of Antipolitics? The Radical Right in the Czech Republic; Jir Kunc: The Fall and Rise of Social Democracy in the Czech Republic; Vclav Zk: Economists or Lawyers? Institutional Foundations of Emerging Democracy: The Czechoslovak Example; Andrs Bozki: Modernisation and Nationalism: Pathways to Power for ex-Communists in Europe, and the Hungarian Case; Gyrgy Borsnyi: Turning Points of Hungarian Social Democracy; Lene Bgh Srensen: Did Hungary Become Fascist?; Lszl Krti: Skinheads, Extremists and Neo-nazis in East-Central Europe; Bill Lomax: Combatting the Ultra-Right in Hungary: The Limitations of Liberalism; Grigorij Meseznikov: Ideological (Dis)Continuity as a Factor of the Formation of the Party System in Slovakia; About the Authors; Index

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Item Specifications...

Pages   320
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 10.06" Width: 6.02" Height: 0.99"
Weight:   1.68 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Nov 14, 2002
Publisher   Aarhus Universitetsforlag
ISBN  8772887192  
ISBN13  9788772887197  

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