History of Modern Political Thought in East-Central Europe

Bibliography

Authoritarianism – royal dictatorships, theories of charismatic leadership, criticism of party-politics

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  • Rataj, Jan, O autoritativní národní stát (Prague: Karolinum, 1997).
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