The Czech Republic Before the New Millennium
By: Steven Saxonberg (author)Hardback
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Steven Saxonberg focuses on three main issues in Czech politics: the development of the Czech party system, the "Klaus phenomenon," and gender issues. Recurring themes throughout the book are the role and limits of formal political institutions, the importance of social psychological elements and the lack of influence which ideology has on party politics and voting during the transitional period.
Steven Saxonberg is associate professor of political science at Dalarna College (Sweden).
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