Communist nationalism in the USSR, the GDR, and Yugoslavia : three case-studies of nationalism and internationalism in Marxist-Leninist states incongruent with the nation
This study tests two theories of the official propagation of the nationalism of the dominant ethnic group in Marxist-Leninist states. Such nationalism is understood as the manipulation of a range of public pronouncements, most importantly on national history and the cultural heritage, designed to confer on states of this type 'nationalist' legitimacy. It focuses on three such states characterised by a marked lack of congruence between the boundaries of the nation and the state - the USSR, the...[Show more]
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