The Politics of ethnicity in Eastern Europe
One of the early volumes on the nature and significance of ethnicity in Eastern Europe consisting of essays on the subject by specialists on individual nationalities and on the region in general.
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Marxism and Nationalism
From the Humanists to Hoxha
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