Slovakia since Independence: A Struggle for Democracy

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Index
Action Program of May 1968, 15, 16
Administrative separation, Czech benefits from, 31
ADSR, formed, 63
Albright, Madeline, on former Soviet bloc NATO membership, 165
Alliance of Democrats of the Slovak Republic. See ADSR
Alternative of Political Realism, 67. See also DU
Andel, Marian, statement on Budapest Conference, 133
Andrejcak, Imrich, appointed defense minister, 64
Antall, Jozef,
declares he is prime minister of all Hungarians, 191
on the Nagymoros-Gabcikovo dam, 189
Anti-democratic power base, built by Meciar, 61–66
Anti-Semitism, revival of in Slovakia, 32, 84, 141
Association of Slovak Workers. See ASW
ASW,
aids Meciar return to prime minister post, 71
anti-Western stance of, 153
bank privatization and, 99
described, 60
as government party, 58, 59–60
on membership in NATO, 157
Ausgleich, 1
Austria,
administered Czechs prior to World War 1, 1
Slovak diplomacy toward, 162
Autonomy,
Budapest Conference and, 133
Czechoslovakia grants Slovakia, 6
limits on Slovak, 17–18
Marian Caifa and Peter Pithart advocate limited, 30
Bacilek, Karol, 14
Bank privatization, controversy over, 98–101
Barabas, Janos T., 202
Bilingual signs, forbidden on local roads, 125
Bilingualism in Slovakia, 131–32
Bisak, Peter, on foreign investments, 104
Bishop Balaz, demonstration in support of, 143
Bohemia, demographics of, 44

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