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By Rudolf Andorka, Richard Rose, Gyorgy Vukovich
Covers the long term social, financial and political alterations in Hungary from 1945 to 1998.
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The Nagy government appealed to the United Nations for aid, but it was not forth-coming. Soviet troops brutally repressed Hungarian protesters and there was substantial street-fighting in Budapest. Imre Nagy and other leading ministers were executed, and Kádár formed a new government under Soviet protection. The 1956 Hungarian revolution had a chastening effect on both Soviet forces and Hungarian opponents. Hardline Communists realized that there was such a thing as too much repression, leading to popular outbursts.
Estover Road, Plymouth PL6 7PZ, United Kingdom All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the permission of the Publisher ISBN 963-9116-49-1 Paperback Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data A CIP catalog record for this book is available upon request Printed in Hungary by Akaprint Page v Contents List of tables vii List of figures xi List of contributors xii Acknowledgments xiii Introduction: Scaling change in Hungary Tamás Kolosi and Richard Rose 1 1 Long-term modernization of Hungarian society Rudolf Andorka and István Harcsa 21 2 Population: birth, marriage, and death György Vukovich 50 3 Denomination and religious practice Miklós Tomka and István Harcsa 61 4 The scope of the state and private sectors Tamás Kolosi and Endre Sik 73 5 The post-Communist economic elite György Lengyel 85 6 The middle strata in transformation Zoltán Fábián 97 7 Consciousness of inequality Péter Róbert 113 8 Welfare programmes and the alleviation of poverty István György Tóth 128 9 Dissatisfaction and alienation Rudolf Andorka 147 10 Parties and social divisions: a common East-Central European pattern?
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A Society Transformed: Hungary in Time-Space Perspective by Rudolf Andorka, Richard Rose, Gyorgy Vukovich