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