Bosnia-Herzegovina: The End of a Legacy
New, inexperienced and weak leadership - under conditions of unprecedented economic crisis - led to the liberalized Bosnia of 1989. A wave of nationalism from Serbia, and later from Croatia, fell on fertile ground, although it was mainly resisted by the single-party system. However, it was democracy that finally allowed nationalism to gain a foothold in Bosnia."--Jacket.
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