Political transition and the ‘Jewish question’ in Hungary today
The present study consists of part of the author's research on Hungarian political developments since 1990, the date of the first free elections. The political problems of coexistence between Jews and non‐Jews is examined as a question of Hungarian political behaviour during the present political transition. His argument deals with the abyss between present economic changes, possibilities for modern political and social development, existing political behavioural conservatism.
Political transition and the ‘Jewish question’ in Hungary today. 1996: 290-315. https://archive.jpr.org.uk/object-hun63