The Political Profile and Work of Dr. Anton Korošec in the First Yugoslav State
The author thoroughly investigates the individual segments of the political profile of Dr. Anton Korošec, one of the leading Slovene politicians in Yugoslavia in the 1918-40 period (autonomous Slovene movement, Catholicism, Christian-social organizations, the Catholic political party). Korošec advocated Slovenes' national autonomy within the framework of a Yugoslav state since the latter's interests were of his prime concern. A pragmatic politician and a master of parliamentary tactics, Korošec was elected member of a number of Yugoslav governments. Within a religiously heterogenous state he could implement in state politics his own and his party's views of the world to a limited extend only.
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