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D92 From Homogeneity to Multiculturalism: Minorities Old and New in Poland

From Homogeneity to Multiculturalism: Minorities Old and New in Poland, edited by F E Ian Hamilton & Krystyna Iglicka (2000). SSEES Occasional Paper no.45

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Edited by F E Ian Hamilton & Krystyna Iglicka (2000). SSEES Occasional Paper no.45

From Homogeneity to Multiculturalism: Minorities Old and New in Poland
Category: Politics

 

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This collection brings together a range of experts to present independent Slovakia in all its complexity at the start of the twenty-first century. Taking into account the profound changes that the previous century wrought, the book assesses the long-run impact of communism and the more recent aftermath of Vladimir Meciar's rule. These two legacies are explored through analyses of economic and social policies, political ideologies, election campaigning, party development, international relations, literature and the arts. This uniquely multi-disciplinary approach makes the book essential reading for anyone wishing to understand post-Communist and post-Meciarite Slovakia.

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