What caused the emergence of nationalist movements in many post-communist states? What role did communist regimes play in fostering these movements? Why have some been more successful than others? To address these questions, Yitzhak Brundy traces the Russian nationalist movement from its origins within the Russian intellectual elite of the 1950s to its institutionalization in electoral alliances, parliamentary factions, and political movements of the early 1990s.
|Place of Publication||Cambridge, Mass.|
|Publisher||Harvard University Press|
|Number of pages||352|
|ISBN (Print)||9780674754089, 0674754085|
|State||Published - 1998|