A compilation of scholarly studies addressing the nature and causes of the 1989 revolutions in Eastern European countries. Including a preface by the Czechoslovakian president, Vaclav Havel, contributors include such well-known figures as John Kenneth Galbraith.
Revolt in our times - the triumph of simplistic ideology, John Kenneth Galbraith; what the Hungarians saw first, Elemer Hankiss; the roots, branches and blossoms of solidarnose, Janusz Ziolkowski; reflections on becoming an East German dissident, on losing the wall and a country, Jens Reich; Czechoslovakia - the power and politics of humiliation, Jan Urban; why Romania could not avoid bloodshed, Jonathan Eyal; the Russian sphinx - hope and despair, Andrei A.Piontkowsky; a British perspective and prospective, Admiral Sir James Eberle; a comparative chronology of revolution, 1988-1990, Sarah Humphrey.
Spring in Winter: The 1989 Revolutions by Edited by Gwyn Prins
Edited by Gwyn Prins
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