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Ivan Svitak • 16 Items / 1 Book, 12 Articles, 3 Reviews
The Czechoslovak Experiment, 1968-1969 (1971)
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    Modern Europe (2 Reviews)
    The Intellectual Origins of the Prague Spring, by Vladimir V. Kusin
    1. The Intellectual Origins of the Prague Spring by Vladimir V. Kusin
    2. The Czechoslovak Experiment, 1968-1969 by Ivan Svitak
    The American Historical Review, October 1972, p. 1161
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    Comparative Government and Politics (2 Reviews)
    A Year is Eight Months, by Josef Maxa
    1. A Year is Eight Months by Josef Maxa
    2. The Czechoslovak Experiment, 1968-1969 by Ivan Svitak
    American Political Science Review, March 1972, pp. 244-245
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    The Prague Spring and After (3 Reviews)
    Czechoslovakia Since World War II, by Tad Szulc
    1. Czechoslovakia Since World War II by Tad Szulc
    2. The Czechoslovak Experiment, 1968-1969 by Ivan Svitak
    3. Czechoslovakia: Intervention and Impact by I. William Zartman
    Problems of Communism, September 1971, pp. 66-68
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    Soviet Union and Eastern Europe (8 Reviews)
    COMECON, by R.E.H. Mellor
    1. COMECON by R.E.H. Mellor
    2. The Communist Regimes in Eastern Europe by Richard F. Staar
    3. The Czechoslovak Experiment, 1968-1969 by Ivan Svitak
    4. Planning for Economic Growth in the Soviet Union, 1918-1932 by Eugene Zaleski
    5. Politics and History in the Soviet Union by Nancy Whittier Heer
    6. Russia and the Mediterranean, 1797-1807 by Norman E. Saul
    7. Russian Revolution of 1917 by Dimitri Sergius Von Mohrenschildt
    8. The Soviet Union and Arms Control by Roman Kolkowicz, Matthew P. Gallagher, and Benjamin S. Lambeth, ...
    Orbis, Spring 1971, p. 453
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    Rebirth and Death in Czechoslovakia (9 Reviews)
    Dubcek, by William Shawcross
    1. Dubcek by William Shawcross
    2. The Czechoslovak Experiment, 1968-1969 by Ivan Svitak
    3. Prague Notebook by Michel Salomon
    4. A Year is Eight Months by Josef Maxa
    5. Czechoslovakia Since World War II by Tad Szulc
    6. From the Diary of a Counter-Revolutionary by Pavel Kohout
    7. The Confession by Arthur London
    8. Stalinism in Prague by Eugen Loebl
    9. The Czechoslovak Political Trials, 1950-1954 by Jiri Pelikan
    The New York Review of Books, September 2, 1971, pp. 11-13
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
    1. Politics and Society in the USSR by David S. Lane
    2. Soviet Economic Development by Raymond Hutchings
    3. Interest Groups in Soviet Politics by H. Gordon Skilling and Franklyn Griffiths
    4. The Soviet Union and the Law of the Sea by William E. Butler
    5. Icon and Swastika by Harvey Fireside
    6. Man and His Work by A.G. Zdravomyslov, V.P. Rozhin, V.A. Iadov, and Stephen P. Dunn, ...
    7. The Nation Killers by Robert Conquest
    8. Civil War in South Russia, 1918 by Peter Kenez
    9. The Commissariat of Enlightenment by Sheila Fitzpatrick
    10. The Soviet Rural Community by James R. Millar
    11. The Silent Millions by Joel Cang
    12. The Czechoslovak Experiment, 1968-1969 by Ivan Svitak
    13. Plan and Market in Yugoslav Economic Thought by Deborah D. Milenkovitch
    14. Phoenix with a Bayonet by Bayard Stockton
    Foreign Affairs, July 1971, p. 763