Observations on Political Legitimacy in Contemporary Europe
Joseph Rothschild discusses historical and continuing changes in the concept of political legitimacy. He finds the legitimacy of contemporary European regimes, both communist and noncommunist, to be vulnerable and concludes that erosion of those regimes' legitimacy can become a major obstacle to effective governance.
Ethnic Conflict and International Relations, Stephen Ryan Reviewed by Joseph Rothschild
Poland 1980-81: Solidarity Versus the Party, Nicholas G. Andrews ; Poland 1981: Towards Social Renewal, Peter Raina Reviewed by Joseph Rothschild
The Jews of East Central Europe Between the World Wars, Ezra Mendelsohn Reviewed by Joseph Rothschild
Ethnic Peripheries Versus Ethnic Cores: Jewish Political Strategies in Interwar Poland, Joseph Rothschild
Ethnic Conflict in the Western World, Milton J. Esman Reviewed by Joseph Rothschildmore by this author
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