The Attitude of the Yugoslav Democratic Party towards the National Question
The author deals with the policy of Slovene Social Democracy towards the national question from its initial activity but especially after the establishment of the Party in 1896. He pays special attention to the Brno programme, the Tivoli resolution and the attitude of the intellectuals toward this problem. This policy is dealt with up to the end of 1918.
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