Demise of Communist East Europe: 1989 in Context

By: Okey, Robin

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Hodder Arnold: Hachette Livre, 2004. In 1989 communism crumbled in Eastern Europe and with it one of the most conspicuous legacies of the Second World War. This book charts the demise of East European communism and analyses the failure of the communist experiment, the revolutionary events of 1989 and the post-communist aftermath as the legacy of both these processes. By analysing these issues in the context of the region's drive since the nineteenth century to catch up with Western Europe, this book concludes that the events of 1989 can cast light more widely still on the fortunes of the three great ideas that the continent as a whole derived from revolutionary France: liberalism, socialism and nationalism.<p>. Paperback. New.

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