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Democratic values and civic culture in Hungary = Demokratikus értékek és civil társadalom Magyarországon by ZoltaМЃn BereМЃnyi

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Published by Institute for Political Science of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest .
Written in English


  • Democracy -- Hungary.,
  • Civil society -- Hungary.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Other titlesDemokratikus értékek és civil társadalom Magyarországon
StatementZoltán Berényi.
SeriesMTA Politikai Tudományok Intézete Multi language papers -- no. 7, Multi language papers (MTA Politikai Tudományok Intézete) -- no. 7.
LC ClassificationsJN2165 .B43 2001
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p. ;
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16953167M
ISBN 109639218553
LC Control Number2002383109

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