English, Article edition: An unwelcome national identity, or what to do about ?nationalism? in the post-communist countries? Hroch, Miroslav

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  • An unwelcome national identity, or what to do about ?nationalism? in the post-communist countries?
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  • Hroch, Miroslav
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  • This critical essay is addressed to those Western intellectuals who draw the conclusion that contemporary development in post-communist countries is dominated primarily by the growth of irrational and destructive nationalism. A number of terminological and methodological misunderstandings are pointed out. Nation-forming has occurred in the form of national movements, a type which started from a non-dominant ethnic group and not from an Early small nations nationalism and the recipients of economic aid.
  • RePEc:cup:eurrev:v:4:y:1996:i:03:p:265-276_00
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