TITLE

1968 és Szlovákia

AUTHOR(S)
LONDAK, MIROSLAV
PUB. DATE
September 2013
SOURCE
Multunk;2013, Issue 3, p104
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The study analyses the effect the preceding years had on the Slovakian power relations and political scene prevalent in 1968, with a special attention on the economic and social ideas and measures of the period called "Early Spring" between 1963 and 1967. The author focuses on the problems posed by the economic inequalities present between the Slovakian and the Czech areas; these problems further deteriorated due to the reform enforced by Ota Šik. This effect was contrary to the expressed intentions of the reform, which took the economy of the Czech areas as its starting-point. The asymmetrical economic development was criticised by the Slovakian side; this criticism was easily dismissed by the leadership of the Czecho-Slovakian Communist Party as "Slovakian nationalism." The conflict between the country leadership and the Slovakian party leadership, present on the personal level in the rivalry between Novotný and Dubćek, became the fight of orthodox communists and the reformists and thus it had a severe influence over the events of 1968 in which the problem of federalising the country was highly represented.
ACCESSION #
91981878

 

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