Redeeming the Communist Past: The Regeneration of Communist Parties in East Central Europe

By Anna M. GrzymaŁa-Busse | Go to book overview

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1.1 Czech communist party membershippage32
1.2 Slovak communist party membership36
1.3 Changes in the Czechoslovak politburo39
1.4 Polish communist party membership43
1.5 Changes in the Polish politburo47
1.6 Hungarian communist party membership52
1.7 Changes in the Hungarian politburo55
2.1 Communist party organizations by 198870
2.2 Bureaucratic attrition and elite turnover during the transition72
2.3 Party memberships and local organizations, 1992–978
2.4 Summary of organizational transformation82
3.1 Summary of variation in party programs, 1990–8128
3.2 Voter orientations and policy trade-offs133
3.3 Mean economic stances of party programs, 1990–8135
3.4 Mean secular stances of party programs, 1990–8136
3.5 Average gap in political priorities between the KSČM supporters and the rest of the electorate, 1992–6142
3.6 Dominant themes in KSČM party programs in percentages146
3.7 Economic stances of the KSČM, 1989–98147
3.8 Average gap in political priorities between SDL' supporters and the rest of the electorate, 1992–6154
3.9 Dominant themes in SDL' party programs in percentages, 1990–6156
3.10 Economic stances of the SDL', 1990–6158
3.11 Average gap in political priorities between SdRP supporters and the rest of the electorate, 1992–6163

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