Etbin Kristan and the Socialist Movement of the Yugoslav Emigrants in the U.S.A. between 1914 and 1920
The author assesses, on the basis of different journals and extensive literary sources, the views of Etbin Kristan and various Slovene associations in the U. S. A., particularly with regard to the national question. She traces the development of their attitude towards the Yugoslav and Slovene problems from the outbreak of World War I through the Chicago Declaration and the foundation of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, as well as towards the problems connected with the federalist and centralist concepts of the new state.
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