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The periodical press also weighed in over time with more reflective assessments of the area's evolving political crisis and recommendations for managing it.
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From Myth to Genocide New York: New York University Press, Utopias of Race and Nation Princeton: History, Myth, and the Destruction of Yugoslavia. Although Judah makes no theoretical claims, he does ultimately offer an antimodernist vision.
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They were one loose-knit circle of intellectuals who collectively accomplished one limited but critical task: It seems to me that this is something we can work with.
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Chapter 11. The Legend of Simina 9a in Serbia’s Modern History
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First, the negative responses of my subjects to developments in Yugoslavia were originally rational as opposed to hysterical, unreasonable, or fantastic. Tilltheir criticisms were directed at particular and real abuses by the Tito regime.
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In this sense I dobrica cosic knjiga argue that, regardless the outcome of their work, their intent was to force Serbs to look inward in a search of their own shared historical cultural traditions for continuity with their past.
Their goal was to inspire cultural regeneration; their belief was that this regeneration would revitalize and strengthen their community.
The results of their engagement were certainly to contribute to a violent series of reckonings throughout former Yugoslavia, but my purpose here is not to assign blame, it is to examine the nature of a nationalist event.
This one focused on cultural continuity rather than political empowerment or the simple desire for personal power on the part of its movers. Once thus essentialized, or possessing an understanding of their role in their own degradation, Serbs could dobrica cosic knjiga on to the more essential task of rebirth.
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