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The State against Society:
Political Crises and Their Aftermath in East Central Europe
Grzegorz Ekiert

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface and Acknowledgments
Ch. 1Introduction: Political Crises, Mobilization, and Demobilization in East Central Europe3
Pt. IThe Political Crisis and Its Aftermath in Hungary, 1956-196337
Ch. 2The Party-State and Society during the Hungarian Revolution42
Ch. 3The Soviet Invasion and the Defeat of the Revolution65
Ch. 4The Political Crisis, Demobilization, and Regime Reequilibration in Hungary99
Pt. IIThe Political Crisis and Its Aftermath in Czechoslovakia, 1968-1976121
Ch. 5The Party-State and Society during the Prague Spring126
Ch. 6The End of Socialism with a Human Face162
Ch. 7The Political Crisis, Demobilization, and Regime Reequilibration in Czechoslovakia198
Pt. IIIThe Political Crisis and Its Aftermath in Poland, 1980-1989215
Ch. 8The Party-State and Society during the Solidarity Period222
Ch. 9Poland under Martial Law and After257
Ch. 10The Political Crisis and the Failure of Demobilization and Regime Reequilibration283
Ch. 11Conclusions: Patterns and Legacies of Political Crisis, Demobilization, and Regime Reequilibration in East Central Europe305
Notes331
Bibliography405
Index431

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