A concise account of the breakdown of communist rule in Poland, Hungary and Czechoslovakia and a comparative analysis of their transition to pluralist democratic politics and market economies. A major theme is the linkage of politics and economics: the book shows how both the failure of economic reforms in Poland and Hungary, and the resistance to economic reform contributed to undermining the communist monopoly of power, and how the new politics of multi-party pluralism of the post-communist era interact with the unprecedented task of radical economic transformation. An appendix summarizes the three countries' electoral systems.
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