The Slovene Liberal Group and its Disintegration
The author describes synthetically the development of the liberal group which had already achieved its peak before forming its own party. He discusses its development on the basis of election results by 1941 and suggests that the liberal group had already disintegrated into numerous smaller groups with a common outlook but with different viewpoints concerning the fundamental problems of that time.
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