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2007 | 15 | 101-131
Article title

Integrálně nacionální koncepce Československé národní demokracie po vzniku ČSR

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INTEGRAL NATIONALIST CONCEPTS OF THE CZECHOSLOVAK NATIONAL DEMOCRACY AFTER THE CREATION OF CZECHOSLOVAKIA
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CS
Abstracts
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With the creation of an independent Czechoslovakia, the main goal of the pre-coup political program of Czech rightist parties was achieved, i.e., creation of an independent national state restoring the tradition of medieval Czech statehood. The Czechoslovak Republic was based on the principles of pluralistic democratic society as formulated in the Washington Declaration. As a result, the main idea of its modern oriented founders was in contradiction to the conservative traditionalistic concept of Czech integral nationalism that entirely rejected the Declaration's principles of postwar open democracy. The Czechoslovak National Democracy was representative of right Czech nationalist and opposed the model of liberal parliament-based democracy, but preferred conservative authoritarian values.
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  • P. Stepanek, Ministerstvo zahranicnich veci Ceske Republiky, odbor vychodni Evropy, Loretanske namesti 1, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic
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08CZAAAA04789108
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bwmeta1.element.603367f5-eab6-30a3-8063-3d0ac6a6be0d
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