English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: Problems of Legitimacy, Public Sphere, and Political Integration: Theorizing East Central European Communism András Bozóki

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  • Problems of Legitimacy, Public Sphere, and Political Integration: Theorizing East Central European Communism
Author
  • András Bozóki
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  • This paper focuses on degrees of political integration by discussing interaction between the society and (democratic or authoritarian) political power. This is the relationship, which determines legitimacy or non-legitimacy in a given regime. The dichotomy of society and political power reflects upon the classic, simplified discourse of we and them in East-Central Europe in the 1970s and 1980s, which is usually applicable only in non-democratic regimes. This was the dominant discourse in Poland, for instance, during the self-limiting revolution of Solidarity, where the opposition followed the Gandhian strategy of non-violent non-cooperation against the Communist regime.
  • democratization; civil society; legitimacy; political science
  • RePEc:erp:ewpxxx:p0014
Language
  • English
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