Resistance and Rebellion: Lessons from Eastern Europe

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Index
Albania, 28, 231, 269
All Souls' Day demonstration of 1940, 98–100, 133, 160, 299
altruists, 281
anthropological approaches, 47, 57, 299
Ash, Timothy Garton, 250
assurance game, 33, 47, 244
interlocking, Perestroika period, 244–249
See also de-assurance
Ateitis, 99, 108, 109, 116, 122, 124, 136, 146
Ateitininkai connections to work groups, 140
ethos of sacrifice and activism, 137
relationship with Christian Democratic Party, 138
Atlantic Charter, 201, 206, 207
Barbarossa, 171, 174
Belorussia, 28, 30, 218–231, 297
Benn, Stanley, 284, 285, 290
Brazauskas, Algirdas, 259–262, 264
Brezhnev Doctrine, 245
Catholic influences, 85, 100, 109, 130, 238–239, 276
Chronicle of the Catholic Church in Lithuania, 258
communities of Catholic professionals, 139
Ceausescu, 257, 272
centralization, 68–71, 75, 128, 134–135, 300
Christian Democratic Party, 102–103, 114, 137, 157
clan societies, 54, 231–233
cognitive dissonance reduction, 11, 12
collective action problem, 282
collectivization of agriculture, 30, 171, 206, 207, 238, 287
Communist Party, 103–104, 109, 173
community, 15–27
community-based mechanisms, 181, 203
community-based status mechanisms, 165, 241–242
effects of modernization on, 237
strong, 19–25, 51–52
strong versus weak, 52, 62
structure, 25, 172 (see also centralization; density of ties; heterogeneity and homogeneity; size effects)
weak, 25
weakening of, 237
comparative method, 27, 28–31
culture, 39, 293, 299
malleability of culture, 38
schema, 292, 299 (see also symbols)
Czechoslovakia, 28, 31, 237, 245, 247,
civic forum, 253
events of 1989, 249–257, 269, 270
comparison with GDR, 263, 268
comparison with Lithuania, 259, 262, 271
general strike called for November 27, 251–253
Jakes, Milos, 254, 256
Dallin, Alexander, 159, 220, 221, 225
Damusis, Adolfis, 109, 136, 138, 140, 142, 147, 171
de-assurance, 253–257
density of ties, 61–65, 122–123, 134, 300–301
dilution effects, 65
deportations
German, to Stutthof, 164, 171
Soviet, June 1940, 81
Soviet, June 1941, 149, 173
Soviet, postwar period, 184, 206
dissidents, 240, 245, 249, 252, 258, 264, 279
Djilas, Milovan, 234
Durkheim, Emile, 237

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Figures and Tables xi
  • Preface xiii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Mechanisms and Process 32
  • 3 - Lithuania, 1940–1941 80
  • 4 - Rebellion in an Urban Community: the Role of Leadership and Centralization 134
  • 5 - The German Occupation of Lithuania 153
  • 6 - Postwar Lithuania 170
  • 7 - More Cases, More Comparisons 205
  • 8 - Resistance in the Perestroika Period 236
  • 9 - Fanatics and First Actors 272
  • 10 - Conclusions 296
  • Bibliography 305
  • Index 317
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