The State against Society: Political Crises and Their Aftermath in East Central Europe

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INDEX
Action Program (Czechoslovakia, 1968), 122–23, 139–43, 145, 147, 164, 170
Afghanistan, 254, 300
Albania, 22
Andropov, Yuri, 63, 304
Apro, Antal, 84, 356n.46
Austria, 69, 79
auxiliary organizations of party-state, 11, 336n.31
in Czechoslovakia, 122, 147, 151, 153– 54, 180–81, 188–93, 206, 373n.68
in Hungary, 38, 47, 54, 91–94, 106
in Poland, 225, 240–42, 250–51, 274, 278, 281, 317, 397n.59
AVH Security Police. See coercive forces in Hungary
Babiuch, Edward, 248
Benes, Edvard, 126
Bilak, Vasil, 174, 180, 371n.36, 374n.1
Brezhnev, Leonid, 22, 136, 157, 198, 304
Brezhnev Doctrine, 116, 158, 210–11, 378n.43
Bruzek, Miloslav, 191, 193
Bujak, Zbigniew, 257, 395n.26
Bulgaria, 7, 142, 327
Cernik, Oldrich, 139, 163, 176, 180, 377n.25
Charter '77, 195, 328
China, 32, 64, 111
churches
in Czechoslovakia, 129, 156, 193, 328
in Hungary, 15, 43, 80–81, 357n.61
in Poland, 17, 102, 216–17, 225–26, 231, 234–36, 241, 266–68, 287–88
Cisar, Cestmir, 165, 180
civil society, 286, 390n.71
coercive forces
in Czechoslovakia, 147–48, 163, 185–86, 205–06
in Hungary, 51–54, 67–69, 71, 350n.47
in Poland, 248–50, 278
Cold War, 32, 34, 102
communist parties, 317–18
in Czechoslovakia, 121, 127–88, 145, 160, 166–67, 179–83, 184, 204–07, 208, 329, 366n.3, 369n.12, 381n.19
in Hungary, 37, 43–44, 49–51, 83–87, 106, 109, 350nn.42 and 44, 359nn.81, 82, and 84
in Poland, 218–19, 227–28, 243–47, 265, 274–78, 317
comparative communism, x
corporatism, 228–29, 299
CMEA (Council for Mutual Economic Assistance), 22, 113, 141, 143, 254, 275, 302
CSM (Czechoslovak Youth Union). See auxiliary organizations of party-state in Czechoslovakia
cycles of protest, 5, 13
Czechoslovakia
churches, 129, 156, 193, 328
communist coup (1948) 128, 155
communist party, 121, 127–28, 145, 160, 166–67, 179–83, 184, 204–08, 329, 366n.3, 369n.12, 381n.19
Czech-Slovak relations, 130, 134, 171, 183–85, 196–97, 203, 209–10, 329, 378n.62
economy, 126–27, 129–30, 132–33, 208– 09, 212, 368n.3, 369n.10
independent organizations, 126, 152–56, 158–59, 175–76, 193–98, 368n.9
international context, 156–58, 210–14, 319
intra-elite divisions, 123, 134–35, 141, 145, 177, 185, 199, 208
party-state institutions, 35, 122, 128, 144–47, 153–54, 172–73, 183–93, 205– 06
political demobilization, 124, 129, 173, 169–70, 174, 180–97, 200–08, 328
political discourses, 140–01, 203
political mobilization, 122–23, 139, 144, 158–60, 170–72, 200–04
political repression, 23, 124, 129, 165, 177, 178–81, 194
protest and resistance, 154, 168–70, 173, 200
reform movement, 122–23, 139–42, 146 47, 159–60, 172, 200
Soviet policy toward, 127, 136, 142–44, 156–58, 161–64, 174–75, 198–200, 205–06, 210–11, 306
dependency theory, 33
Dery, Tibor, 107

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