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Rudolf L. Tokes
Year of Publication: 1996
Chapter 4, pp. 167-209, covers opposition and dissent from 1962 into the 1980s.
Year of Publication: 1979
Includes surveys of human rights and political change, worker resistance and potential for peasant opposition, and essays on Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Poland and Hungary from 1968-1978.
A Guide to Civil Resistance
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