Three Eras of Political Change in Eastern Europe

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Part I Introduction
1
John Lampe, "Imperial Borderlands or Capitalist Periphery? Redefining Balkan Backwardness, 1520-1914", in Daniel Chirot, ed., The Origins of Backwardness in Eastern Europe ( Berkeley: University of California Press, 1989), pp. 177- 209.
2
Diana Mishkova, "Modernization and Political Elites in the Balkans before the First World War", East European Politics and Societies, 9:1 (Winter, 1995), pp. 63-89.
3
Peter Sugar, "Railroad Construction and the Development of the Balkan Village in the Last Quarter of the Nineteenth Century", in Ralph Melville and Hans-Jürgen Schröder, eds., Der Berliner Kongress von 1878 ( Wiesbaden, Germany: Franz Steiner Verlag, 1982), pp. 485-98; Michael Palairet, "Farming in Serbia c. 1830-1875: Impoverishment without the Help of Malthus", paper presented at the Woodrow Wilson Center, April 1987; Among Palairet's many debunking papers, see "Land, Labour, and Industrial Progress in Bulgaria and Serbia before 1914", Journal of European Economic History, 12 ( 1983), pp. 163-85.
4
In this way it is a reverse mirror of Marxism, which had very little national content.

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Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Albania, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia, and Macedonia.
2
Alan W. Palmer, The Lands Between: A History of East Central Europe since the Congress of Vienna ( London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1970).

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