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A contribution to understanding the socializing people´s democracy in Czechoslovakia in 1945-48
Pehr, Michal
This chapter is a discussion of President Edvard Beneš´s conception of a "socializing democracy", which he formulated at the beginning of the Second World War and whose aim was to surmount the shortcomings of democracy and also to solve the relations between Communists and non Communists. Beneš considered previous form of democracy to be outdated, and therefore came up with the new form. After the war, Czechoslovak society followed on from this concept with the concept of the so called people´s democracy.
By invitation of Masaryk´s Institute
Doubek, Vratislav ; Pehr, Michal ; Tomeš, Josef
The proceedings of two workshops (2004, 2005) in the cycle entitled "By Invitation of Masaryk Institute" are included in the collection of papers of the same name. The workshops deal with questions that are still alive, and with the main features of modern Czech and European history. They are intended for the specialized and general reader. The first workshop was dedicated to Czech political realism at the turn of 19th and 20th centuries, the important ideological stream, which was traditionally represented by T. G. Masaryk. The second workshop, named Expectations and Frustrations: Memories of the Third Republic, offered interesting personal testimonies of active participants of political events between 1945-1948.

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