By Rudolf Andorka, Richard Rose, Gyorgy Vukovich
Covers the long term social, monetary and political alterations in Hungary from 1945 to 1998.
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The regime sought to promote economic growth by introducing prices or quasi-prices into transactions, thus creating what was heralded as a socialist market economy. 2 Growth rate of the official Hungarian economy Sources: Compiled from CMEA Statistical Yearbook and Economic Commission for Europe production of consumer goods; was described as goulash socialism. However, there were limits to liberalization. In 1968 the Hungarian regime reaffirmed its opposition to radical reform by sending troops to support the Soviet army's invasion of Czechoslovakia.
In September 1987, the Hungarian Democratic Forum was founded to mobilize support for change. In March 1988, the Alliance of Young Democrats was founded with a rule that members could not belong to any other youth organization, that is, the Communist league. Later in the year, the Independent Smallholders party was founded, a name linking it with interwar politics. Divisions in the governing Hungarian Socialist Workers Party emerged between reformers, led by Imre Pozsgay, and hardliners who opposed any change.
Sociologically, the critical question is: how can we determine what does and does not change in a country over long and short periods of time? The object of this book is to examine the scale of changethat is, both the presence and absence of changein Hungarian society as a consequence of the great transformation from a Communist into a democratic regime. To do this requires careful attention to the character and tempo of different types of change in society. In a democratic polity, a government can change over night with the result of a general election, and the fickleness of public and parliamentary opinion led British Prime Minister Harold Wilson to claim, A week is a long time in politics.
A Society Transformed: Hungary in Time-Space Perspective by Rudolf Andorka, Richard Rose, Gyorgy Vukovich