By Simon Smith
This ebook, in accordance with large unique learn, examines the adjustments due to transformation on the neighborhood point within the shape Czechoslovakia. It considers specifically neighborhood democracy, social pursuits, and paintings collectives, and paints an image of individuals progressively transforming into in self-confidence and taking extra keep watch over in their groups, having lived for many years in a framework the place loads used to be directed from the top.
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Local Communities and Post-Communist Transformation: Czechoslovakia, the Czech Republic and Slovakia (BASEES/Routledge Series on Russian and East European Studies) by Simon Smith