The Revolutions of 1989 is a suite of either vintage and up to date articles analyzing the explanations and outcomes of the cave in of communism in East and imperative Europe, an important occasion in contemporary global background. It contains dialogue of:
* the commercial, political and social nature of revolutions
* the position of dissidents and civil society in encouraging the breakdown of eastern
* ecu communist regimes
* comparisons with different revolutions
* the level of the cave in of Leninist regimes in East-Central Europe.
European historians, students and scholars will wnat to make this a vital part in their studies.
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