Between Nation and State: Serbian Politics in Croatia Before the First World War

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University of Pittsburgh Pre, Feb 15, 1998 - History - 240 pages
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Nicholas Miller chronicles the politics in Croatia (1903-1914,) prior to the first World War. He examines the failures of the Croat-Serbian Coalition that led to their future inability to create a cohesive civic/democratic union during the war years. The Serb-Croat differences—political, ethnic, and regional—prevail to this day.
 

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Contents

1 The Croatian Background
1
2 Serbs as Political Actors 18671907
34
3 The Birth and Short Life of the New Course 19031909
73
Persecution and Temptations 19071909
108
5 The Collapse of the Civic Option in Serbian Politics 19101914
137
The Failure of the Civic Idea Among Croatias Serbs
169
Notes
183
Bibliography
209
Index
219
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Nicholas Miller is professor and chair of the department of history at Boise State University.

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