Yugoslavia
Dejan Jović
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Yugoslavia

a state that withered away

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Yugoslavia: a state that withered away
2008, Purdue University
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Yugoslavia

a state that withered away

This edition published in by Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN.


Table of Contents

Analytical approaches to studying the disintegration of Yugoslavia
The Kardelj concept : constructing the fourth Yugoslavia (1974-1990)
The constitutional debate 1967-1974 : why did Serbia accept the Kardelj concept and the 1974 constitution?
The economic crisis : the (lack of) response of the Yugoslav political elite to economic crisis in the early 1980s
The political system re-examined : the 'Serbian question' and the rise of the 'defenders' and 'reformers' of the Constitution (1974-1984)
The emergence of alternative concepts and the reaction of the political elite in Serbia (1986-1988)
Slovenia and Serbia - the final years of Yugoslavia (1988-1990).

Edition Notes

Series
Central European studies

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
949.702/4
Library of Congress
DR1255 .J68 2008

The Physical Object

Pagination
p. cm.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL16796033M
ISBN 13
9781557534958
LC Control Number
2008013563
Library Thing
9060592

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