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by William E. Griffith,Robin Alison Remington

eBook Winter in Prague: Documents on Czechoslovak Communism in Crisis download ISBN: 0262680149
Author: William E. Griffith,Robin Alison Remington
Publisher: The MIT Press (January 15, 1970)
Language: English
Pages: 471
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Category: Political
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Czech and Slovak translations revised by Michael Berman. slightly chipped dj (Studies in communism, revisionism, and revolution). Bookseller Inventory 004631. Ask Seller a Question.

Czech and Slovak translations revised by Michael Berman. Bibliographic Details. Title: Winter in Prague; Documents on Czechoslovak. Press, Cambridge & London. Publication Date: 1969.

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Introduction by William E. Griffith. Robin Remington has selected documents to show, first, what was actually happening in Czechoslovakia before invasion. Out of Print ISBN: 9780262180351 473 pp.

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Designed in 1967 for a site near Prague, Czechoslovakia, and exhibited that year at the Montreal Expo, Etarea was to be. .Winter in Prague: Documents on Czechoslovak Communism in Crisis. Robin Alison Remington.

Designed in 1967 for a site near Prague, Czechoslovakia, and exhibited that year at the Montreal Expo, Etarea was to be a city of 135,000 inhabitants, where the conveniences of automated infrastructure would satisfy future socialist generations. Conceived by the architect Gorazd Čelechovský as the ideal communist city, the case offers compelling insight into the influence of Marxist humanism and systems theory on post-war and specifically post-Stalinist state socialist architectural culture.

Remington, Robin Alison, Winter in Prague, Documents on Czechoslovak Communism in Crisis (Cambridge, Mass. Richta, Radovan, et a. Civilisace na rozcestí, Společenské a lidské souvislosti vĕdecko-technické revoluce (Prague, 1969). Cite this chapter as: Strmiska Z. (1989) The Prague Spring as a Social Movement. In: Stone . Strouhal E. (eds) Czechoslovakia: Crossroads and Crises, 1918–88. Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Robin Alison Remington, e. Winter in Prague. Documents on Czechoslovak Communism in Crisis (Cambridge, Mass: . The other major resource from the period, dealing only with the week of the invasion, is Robert Littell, e. The Czech Black Book (New York: Praeger, 1969).

Remington, Robin . ed. Winter in Prague: Documents on Czechoslovak Communism in Crisis (1969). The Disintegration of the Soviet Union (1997). Europe Transformed: Documents on the End of the Cold War (1990). Ross, Robert . China, the United States, and the Soviet Union: Tripolarity and Policy-Making in the Cold War (1993).

The original sources compiled in this volume, many of which have not previously been available in English, will allow students of communism to examine more closely both the substance of change in Czechoslovakia prior to Soviet intervention in August 1968 and the subsequent disarray in the international Communist movement. Robin Remington has selected documents to show, first, what was actually happening in Czechoslovakia before invasion. This section includes major statements on such questions as freedom of the press, the role of the Czechoslovak Communist Party, Czech-Slovak constitutional federation, the importance of interest groups within a Communist state, and the controversial Action Program of the new Dubcek government. The second and third sections of the book group papers on Czechoslovak liberalization and orthodox response. The documents show increasingly concerned Soviet and East European reactions, pressures put on Prague, and negotiations, which, failing, led to invasion. The book's fourth section deals with the invasion and the split in world communism. It shows post-invasion justification from Moscow combined with deviant reactions from other Communist parties. The text includes six cartoons from Czechoslovak journals, seventy documents, and thirty-five commentaries by the editor.