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Richard Steigmann-Gall

there contends that Tiso’s anti-Semitism was not motivated by religious prejudice so much as pragmatism. Ward argues at one point that, as a Czechoslovakian politician in the 1930s, Tiso was ‘tenacious in his refusal to jump on the antisemitic bandwagon’ (152). At another point, however, his readers are

Oula Silvennoinen

version of a Dolchstosslegende spoke of the betrayal of the White cause by opportunists riding the White bandwagon but with only their own interests at heart. In the words of the hero of a novel penned in late 1930s by Johan Fabritius, one of the most intellectually consistent members of Finnish war

Bogdan C. Iacob

humanities. They took advantage of unesco ’s focus on the emancipation of non-Western societies and peoples and of the organization’s intent of taking over csce ’s cultural agenda. They joined the de-marginalization bandwagon because it reasserted Southeastern Europe’s Europeanness based on its

Kathleen E. Smith

-elite relations – namely band-wagoning, Robertson is able to explain the seemingly paradoxical phenomenon of a decline in protests at election time. Indeed, though his topic is popular protest, Robertson sometimes seems to cast more light on the relations of various levels of officialdom. In his final

Karel J. Kansky

significant research commitment. There ap- pears to be no evidence of copying "Western trends" or a "case of bandwagon effect"; rather it is a logical consequences of technological modernization and the acceptance of a holistic view among the responsible leaders of the trans- 8. L. Blazek, "Zasady statni

Donald R. Kelley

- ous Soviet leaders could depend upon a unified party to give them control of a de facto federal state structure, Gorbachev quickly found that even once loyal regional Party officials 249 were willing and sometimes eager to jump o'n the bandwagon of local causes. What would the political

Krzysztof Jasiewicz

three was diminished by the growing polarization of the polity. As in the 1995 presidential election, both leading contenders enjoyed the benefits of a bandwagon effect, with many voters choosing, often at the very last moment, to vote for either the AWS or the SLD, when these were not their first

Thomas S. Noonan

result of a long process of social economic growth among the East Slavs, a process in which the Varangians had no place. This anti-Normanist view, as we have al- ready seen, is considered the only proper Marxist interpretation. While many Soviet scholars jumped on the anti-Normanist bandwagon in the late