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Idea of Europe European Studies Spring Term 2011 Max Likin Working Questions Tony Judt, Postwar Ch. XII - The Spectre of Revolution What were the implications of educational changes? How do you explain the rise in enrollment figures at universities? Every generation sees the world as new. How did the 60s generation see the world? Describe the “Carnaby Street” style. What was the meaning of “Theory”? Name a few interpretations of Marx. What were the origins of the May ’68 riots in Paris? What was the situation like in Italy? Why antimilitarism among German radicals? Ch. XIII - The End of the Affair What were the limits of criticism under Nikita Khruschcv?
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Unformatted text preview: • Why was the Sinyavski-Daniel affair so symbolic? • What were the reactions to Stalinism in Poland and elsewhere and what was the role of the Catholic Church? • How did reform economists approach central planning? • Why did anti-semitism flare up in Eastern Europe? • What were the most important fears – perhaps the only fears - in the Soviet Union about political developments in Eastern Europe? • Summarize the events in Prague in August 1968. Why the bitter taste? • Despite apparent failures, what had happened by the end of the 1960s? 1...
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2012 for the course 510 392 taught by Professor Maxlikin during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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