Socialist Tendencies for Slovenian Autonomy in 1923
The author deals with the problem of the Slovenian national autonomy orientation in the first Yugoslav state, identifying the tendencies within all ideo-political camps - catholic, liberal, socialist and communist between 1918 and 1941. In particular he points out that in 1923 Slovenian autonomy and emancipation was also advocated by the National Socialist Party, the Slovenian Autonomist Association and the Socialist Workers' Party, in other words, those promoters of the Slovenian autonomy which were connected by the socialist, but not revolutionary, oriented idea of a social and political system.
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