Polish Democratic Thought from the Renaissance to the Great Emigration: Essays and Documents

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East European Monographs, 1990 - History - 252 pages
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This volume covers the period from the 16th century until the mid-19th century when industrialization, urbanization, and the defeat of the last great insurrection combined to create the modern Polish nation. Its focus is on the development of democratic thought in Poland and its application in Polish law and in 19th-century Polish democratic movements in exile.

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