State of Grace: A Probe into Understanding Democratic Trust and Legitimacy Through the Eyes of the VPN (The Public Against Violence)

Ivančík, Matej

Gaining trust, both domestically and internationally, became a self-evident mission for the protagonists of the 1989 democratic revolution, something ever-present within the new policies aimed at a political and economic transition. This held true in particular with the Czechoslovak case.

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Kultúra a národ v politickom myslení Svetozára Hurbana Vajanského. Analýza ich vzťahu vo vybraných článkoch Národných novín

Martinkovič, Marcel

This paper brings closer the relationship of the culture and the national existence in the political thinking of Svetozár Hurban Vajanský. The examined material is primary delimited by the articles of S. H. Vajanský in Národné noviny. In the work is analysed the primordialistic and holistic looking of S. H. Vajanský at the existence of the nation and the meaning of the folk culture. In this context is more closely analysed the relationship of the nationally conscious intelligence and the folk as well as the relationship of the nation and the state.

Sociálna situácia a politický konflikt vysokoškolského študentstva v 30. rokoch 20. storočia

Černák, Tomáš

The study focuses on the social situation at Slovak university in the 30's of the 20th century, and especially the question of how academics, namely active functionaries of student associations, tried to solve this complex and complicated issue themselves. Poor social status in academic circles, high tuition fees or accommodation costs, its planned increase, the lack of accommodation facilities and few possibilities for getting a job after graduation, were all factors that influenced the growth of discontent among the university student population and in some cases led to radicalism.

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