Middle-Class Concepts of the National and Social Question by Slovenes in the Old Yugoslavia
On the basis of original data the author analytically discuses the problem of political concepts of the middle classes, which have not been historiographically studied so far, with regard to the national and social problem of Slovenes in the old Yugoslavia. The two main streams of Slovene middle class politics, i.e. the clerical and the liberal party, are examined in detail. Other middle-class concepts of the twenties and thirties are also presented.
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