6 edition of Solidarity and the Politics of Anti-Politics found in the catalog.
Solidarity and the Politics of Anti-Politics
October 1991 by Temple University Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||272|
But could it really have gone differently? It does a good job of providing a slightly chaotic feeling that matches what many people felt at the time, that everything was coming apart at the seams. As civil society agents, unions may promote democracy within the wider society, especially in the case of authoritarian regimes or other rigid political systems, by acting as watchdogs and protecting hard-won democratic gains. The range of scenarios turns out to be almost unlimited. Based on extensive use of primary sources, this book provides an analysis of Solidarity, from its ideological origins in the Polish "new left," through the dramatic revolutionary months ofand up to the union's remarkable resurgence inwhen it sat down with the government to negotiate Poland's future.
It does a good job of providing a slightly chaotic feeling that matches what many people felt at the time, that everything was coming apart at the seams. There were two kinds of communists in the country, those who associated themselves with Yugoslavia and those who followed the path of the Soviet Union. Blank spaces remain after the government censor has pulled articles from page 1 right, "What happened at Bydgoszcz? Interestingly, in the new introduction Ost essentially does not back out of his claims, although, as he himself observed many years ago, the spectacular success of anti-politics had to mean its instantaneous death. Another, two-hour strike took place on December
What is more, the old methods of the Polish opposition were seen by the author as one of the cures for the ills afflicting Western countries. He traces the conflict between the ruling Communist Party and the opposition, Solidarity's response to it, and the resulting reforms. A "dissident" group, the Workers' Defence Committee KORwhich had originally been set up in to organize aid for victimized workers, attracted small groups of working-class militants in major industrial centers. Why was it meaningful to both ethnic groups is because the town it was in was populated by both and also the answer lies in the persona of Lanna himself. And hence its epilogue offers a unique reflection on the contemporary atmosphere of uncertainty and hope.
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One of the reasons why Poles turned on their Jewish neighbors was their resentment of the Jews that was instituted by the totalitarian regimes, both the Nazis and the Soviets. The answer is probably because there were a number of communist party leaders who were Jewish, but that did not translate into the mass support.
Solidarity and the Politics of Anti-Politics book trade unions save themselves and democracy, or will both deteriorate in time? By the way, all those contributed to the fact that on the night of December,General Wojciech Jaruzelski triumphed without any major glitches and the opposition could and had to return to the familiar regions of anti-politics.
Polish exports were low, both because of the sanctions and because the goods were as unattractive abroad as they were at home.
Gross tries to understand how could the non-Jewish population of a small town turn on their Jewish neighbors with whom they lived side by side for centuries. As the relationship with Moscow worsened, and money stopped coming in, Albania stood by its principles and did not give in to Moscow, instead it found new source of support in Beijing.
By participating in these events peasants and their leaders were looking to advance their political rights and their rights to be included in the nation. As a Fulbright Fellow at Warsaw University and Polish correspondent for the weekly newspaper In These Times during the Solidarity uprising and a frequent visitor to Poland since then, David Ost has had access to a great deal of unpublished material on the labor movement.
He Solidarity and the Politics of Anti-Politics book bridges academic disciplines, interweaving social theory with intellectual and political history to explain Solidarity's raison d'etre Source: Flickr. But could it really Solidarity and the Politics of Anti-Politics book gone differently?
As a Fulbright Fellow at Warsaw University and Polish correspondent for the weekly newspaper In These Times during the Solidarity uprising and a frequent visitor to Poland since then, David Ost has had access to a great deal of unpublished material on the labor movement. There were two kinds of communists in the country, those who associated themselves with Solidarity and the Politics of Anti-Politics book and those who followed the path of the Soviet Union.
Based on extensive use of primary sources, this book provides an analysis of Solidarity, from its ideological origins in the Polish "new left," through the dramatic revolutionary months ofand up to the union's remarkable resurgence inwhen it sat down with the government to negotiate Poland's future.
Using strikes and other protest actions, Solidarity sought to force a change in government policies. Starving, they gave up after military authorities promised they would not be prosecuted. It starts with the background of the country and moves on to the years of World War Two, when the communists came to power in the country.
Both King and Stauter-Halsted recognize that nationalism and nation-building are both modern phenomena; however, in both cases ethnic groups looked to the past to find their heroes and myths, though not exclusively.
He traces the conflict between the ruling Communist Party and the opposition, Solidarity's response to it, and the resulting reforms. It also explores the nature of and extent to which internal representative democracy actually operates within trade unions themselves.
The worsening economic situation in the entire Eastern Bloc, including the Soviet Union, together with other factors, forced Gorbachev to carry out a number of reforms, not only in the field of economics uskoreniye but in the political and social realms glasnost and perestroika. There aims were to organized citizens in civic activities thus creating a civil society and they borrowed their ideas from radical movements in the West.
Informed by years of fieldwork in Polish factory towns, scores of interviews with workers, labor activists, and politicians, and an exhaustive reading of primary sources, his new book gives voice to those who have not been heard.
Looking forward, trade unions may be able to play a vital role in channeling and focusing spontaneous popular upsurges. Hanna Jankowska, Wydawnictwo Muza, Warszawapp.
Than why is there are a myth that Jews voted communist? David Ost focuses on what Solidarity is trying to accomplish and why it is likely that the movement will succeed.
At once there ensued a wave of strikes and factory occupations with the biggest strikes taking place in the area of Lublin. Without dwelling on the familiar history of Augusthe offers some of the unfamiliar subtleties such as the significance of the Szczecin as opposed to the Gdansk Accord and shows how they shaped the budding union's understanding of the conflicts ahead.
Jews wanted to integrate into the Polish society and they provided greater support for the establishment than any other ethnic group. It is very difficult to encompass all these different locations, different facets of culture, into one lucid and coherent narrative.
The discussion about the validity of the so-called Balcerowicz Plan and his economic policy turns out to be interesting even for the younger generations, which in this way are asking about the policy for the next twenty five years.
The book, reminding us about the roots of the Polish troubles with the state, perfectly fits in the mood of the bittersweet reckonings from the last quarter-century.Solidarity and the politics of anti-politics: opposition and reform in Poland since User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.
Born as an aftermath of the student rebellions in Europe, Solidarity was unprepared to assume power and authority, says Ost (political science, Hobart and William Smith Colls.), in.
Based on extensive use of primary sources, this book provides an analysis of Solidarity, from its ideological origins in the Polish "new left," through the dramatic revolutionary months ofand up to the union's remarkable resurgence inwhen it sat down with the government to.
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That the Solidarity movement is the main focus of the work is obvious. But what about the “politics of anti-politics”?
This takes a bit more explaining. Solidarity came into existence claiming to be a non-political movement.The Crumbling Anti-Politics of Constitutional Patriotism. gets far more specific ebook it speaks of the EU promoting “peace, security, the sustainable development of the Earth, solidarity and mutual respect among peoples, free and fair trade, eradication of poverty,” etc.
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