State and Nation in Multi-ethnic Societies: The Breakup of Multinational States

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Uri Ra'anan, Mesner, Maria Mesner, Keith Armes, Kate Martin
Manchester University Press, 1991 - Ethnic Groups - 269 pages
Asks whether there are lessons to be drawn for contemporary multi-ethnic societies from the experience of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy in its last decades. Also asks if ideas about the state/nation relationship from that period of Austrian Social Democracy can have applicability today.
 

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Contents

Karl
33
The political feasibility of AustroMarxist proposals for
53
History
67
Attempts to achieve a GermanCzech Ausgleich
81
National conflicts and the democratic alternative in
98
Contemporary applications
113
the case
135
two concepts
156
social divisions in South
175
State nation and ethnicity in modern Indonesia
198
Whats wrong with nationalism? Whats right with
223
About the editors and contributors
255
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Ra'Anan is University Professor and Director of the Institute for the Study of Conflict, Ideology & Policy at Boston University.

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