The Communist Successor Parties of Central and Eastern Europe
What has become of the Communist parties that once held monopoly power in the east bloc? A decade ago, it was assumed that they would dissolve, but many of them have enjoyed electoral success. This book systematically examines how they have evolved. In the opening section, Herbert Kitschet and Ivan Szelenyi respectively consider post-communist party strategies and social democratic prospects in the transitional societies. Part II presents nine case studies of the major communist and communist successor parties of the region, and Part III is devoted to seven comparative studies. Appendices provide comparable electoral and party membership data.
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Constraints and Opportunities in the Strategic Conduct of PostCommunist Successor Parties Regime Legacies as Causal Argument
Prospects and Limits of New Social Democracy in the Transitional Societies of Central Europe
The Polish SLD in the 1990s From Opposition to Incumbents and Back
The Hungarian Socialists Technocratic Modernizationism or New Social Democracy?
The Troubled Evolution of Slovakias ExCommunists
The Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia after 1989 Subcultural Party to Neocommunist Force?
The PDS Regional Party or a Second SocialDemocratic Party in Germany?
Doomed to be Radicals? Organization Ideology and the Communist Successor Parties in East Central Europe
The Return of the Left and Democratic Consolidation in Poland and Hungary
The Effects of Communist Party Transformation on the Institutionalization of Party Systems
Changing Cleavage Structure and the Communist Successor Parties of the Visegrád Countries
Mainstreaming Extremism The Romanian PDSR and the Bulgarian Socialists in Comparative Perspective
Organizational Strength Divorced from Power Comparing the Communist Parties of the Russian Federation and Ukraine
An Unfinished Story Toward Explaining the Transformation of the Communist Successor Parties
The Romanian Postcommunist Parties A Story of Success
The Yugoslav Left Parties Continuities of Communist Tradition in the Milošević Era
The Metamorphosis of the Communist Party of Lithuania
The Russian KPRF The Powerlessness of the Powerful
A Typology of Communist Successor Parties
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