Defining the Sovereign Community asks why the two nations have defined sovereignty so differently and what impact these choices have had on individual and minority rights and participation.
2009 | 352 pages | Cloth $75.00
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Table of Contents
Chapter One: Awakenings
Chapter Two: Nation-Building in the Empire's Waning Years
Chapter Three: The First Republic: Czechoslovakism and Its Discontents
Chapter Four: The Second Republic and the Wartime Slovak State
Chapter Five: The Third Republic: "Putting an End to All Old Disputes"
Chapter Six: The Communist Period: New Vows
Chapter Seven: From Velvet Revolution to Velvet Divorce
Chapter Eight: The Implications of the Ethnic Model of Sovereignty in Slovakia
Chapter Nine: The Implications of the Civic Model of Sovereignty in the Czech Republic