Bulgaria in Transition: Politics, Economics, Society, and Culture after Communism

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Bulgaria in Transition
Politics, Economics, Society,
and Culture After Communism

EDITED BY
John D. Bell

Westview Press
A Member of the Perseus Books Group

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables and Figures ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction - The Limits of Idealism 1
  • Part One - Politics and Law 7
  • 1 - A Democracy Born in Pain: Bulgarian Politics, 1989-1997 9
  • Notes 31
  • 2 - Popular Attitudes Toward Politics 39
  • Notes 63
  • 3 - The Constitution and the Rule of Law 65
  • Notes 86
  • Part Two - The Economy and the Environment 91
  • 4 - Bulgarian Economic Policy and Performance, 1991-1997 93
  • Notes 118
  • 5 - Social Dimensions of Economic Change: is the Private Market a Solution to Bulgaria's Economic Problems? 123
  • Notes 139
  • 6 - Political Change and Environmental Policy 143
  • Notes 159
  • Part Three - Ethnic and Religious Issues 163
  • 7 - Bulgaria's Muslim Minorities 165
  • Notes 184
  • 8 - The "Ilindentsi" ­ Does Bulgaria Have a Macedonian Minority? 189
  • Notes 203
  • 9 - The Schism in the Bulgarian Orthodox Church, 1992-1997 207
  • Notes 225
  • Part Four - Culture 233
  • 10 - The New Bulgarian Literature: Deconstructing the Pyramid 235
  • Notes 250
  • 11 - Canaries and Birds of Prey: the New Season of Bulgarian Cinema 255
  • Filmography 273
  • Notes 274
  • Part Five Foreign Relations 279
  • 12 - Bulgaria in the Balkans 281
  • Notes 300
  • 13 - Bulgaria's Search for Security 305
  • Notes 318
  • Appendix - Parliamentary and Presidential Elections 325
  • About the Editor 333
  • About the Contributors 335
  • Index 337
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