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Revolutions of 1989 in Central and Eastern Europe: A selected bibliography of English publications

 

Antohi, Sorin, and Vladimir Tismaneanu. Between Past and Future : The Revolutions of 1989 and Their Aftermath. New York: Central European University Press, 2000.  414 p.  [JN96.A58 B48 2000]


Asmus, Ronald D. Brown J. F., and Crane Keith. Soviet Foreign Policy and the Revolutions of 1989 in Eastern Europe. Santa Monica, CA: Rand, 1991.  177 p.  [DJK45.S65 A85 1991]


Banac, Ivo. Eastern Europe in Revolution. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1992.  255 p.  [DJK51 .E265 1992]


Bornstein, Jerry. The Wall Came Tumbling Down : The Berlin Wall and the Fall of Communism. New York: Arch Cape Press, 1990.  95 p.  [HX240.7.A6 B67 1990]


Bozoki, Andras. The Roundtable Talks of 1989 : The Genesis of Hungarian Democracy : Analysis and Documents. Budapest: Central European University Press, 2002.  431 p.  [FORTWAYNE JN2067 .R68 2002]


Brinton, William M., and Alan Rinzler. Without Force or Lies : Voices from the Revolution of Central Europe in 1989-90 : Essays, Speeches, and Eyewitness Accounts. San Francisco: Mercury House, 1990.  495 p.  [DJK51 .W58 1990]


Brown, J. F. Hopes and Shadows : Eastern Europe after Communism. Durham: Duke University Press, 1994.  367 p.  [DJK51 .B75 1994]


———. Surge to Freedom : The End of Communist Rule in Eastern Europe. Durham: Duke University Press, 1991.  338 p.  [DJK50 .B78 1991]


Chirot, Daniel. The Crisis of Leninism and the Decline of the Left : The Revolutions of 1989. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1991.  245 p.  [DK288 .C74 1991]


Cipkowski, Peter. Revolution in Eastern Europe : Understanding the Collapse of Communism in Poland, Hungary, East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Romania, and the Soviet Union. New York: Wiley, 1991.  184 p.  [DJK51 .C57 1991]


Dahrendorf, Ralf. After 1989 : Morals, Revolution, and Civil Society, St. Antony's Series. New York: St. Martin's Press in association with St. Antony's College, 1997.  179 p.  [D860 .D34 1997]


———. Reflections on the Revolution in Europe : In a Letter Intended to Have Been Sent to a Gentleman in Warsaw. 1st ed. New York: Times Books, 1990.  163 p.  [HX240.7.A6 D34 1990]


Drakulic, Slavenka. How We Survived Communism and Even Laughed. New York: W.W. Norton, 1992. 189 p.  [HX365.5.A6 D73 1992]


East, Roger, and Jolyon Pontin. Revolution and Change in Central and Eastern Europe. London: Pinter, 1997.  340 p.  [DJK51 .E24 1997]


Echikson, William. Lighting the Night : Revolution in Eastern Europe. 1st ed. New York: W. Morrow, 1990.  295 p.  [DJK50 .E24 1990]


Elster, Jon. The Roundtable Talks and the Breakdown of Communism, Constitutionalism in Eastern Europe. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996.  247 p.  [JN96.A2 R68 1996]


Feher, Ferenc, and Andrew Arato. Crisis and Reform in Eastern Europe. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 1991.  531 p.  [DJK50 .C75 1991]


Fischer, Ben B., and United States. Central Intelligence Agency. At Cold War's End : Us Intelligence on the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, 1989-1991. [Reston, Va.?]: Central Intelligence Agency, 1999.  378 p.  [PREX 3.2:C 67]


Flint, Julie, and Nigel Hawkes. Tearing Down the Curtain : The People's Revolution in Eastern Europe. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1990.  169 p.  [DJK51 .T43 1990]


Frankland, Mark. The Patriots' Revolution : How Eastern Europe Toppled Communism and Won Its Freedom. Chicago: I.R. Dee, 1992.  356 p.  [DJK50 .F73 1992]


Garton Ash, Timothy. The Magic Lantern : The Revolution of '89 Witnessed in Warsaw, Budapest, Berlin, and Prague. 1st Vintage books ed. New York: Vintage Books, 1993.  167 p.  [DJK50 .G364 1993]


Giles, Robert H., Robert W. Snyder, and Lisa DeLisle. Reporting the Post-Communist Revolution, Media Studies Series. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 2001.  245 p.  [P95.82.E852 R47 2001]


Glenny, Misha. The Rebirth of History : Eastern Europe in the Age of Democracy. 2nd ed. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1993.  274 p.  [DJK51 .G54 1993]


Gwertzman, Bernard M., and Michael T. Kaufman. The Collapse of Communism. New York, N.Y.: Times Books/Random House, 1990.  353 p.  [HX44 .C6415 1990]


Kaldor, Mary. Europe from Below : An East-West Dialogue. London: New York, 1991.  223 p.  [D2009 .E87 1991]


Keddie, Nikki R. Debating Revolutions. New York: New York University Press, 1995.  316 p.  [HM281 .D37 1995]


Kenney, Padraic. A Carnival of Revolution--Central Europe 1989. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2002.  341 p.  [DJK51 .K465 2002]


Kumar, Krishan. 1989 : Revolutionary Ideas and Ideals, Contradictions. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2001.  377 p.  [DJK51 .K85 2001]


Mason, David S. Revolution in East-Central Europe : The Rise and Fall of Communism and the Cold War, Dilemmas in World Politics. Boulder: Westview Press, 1992.  216 p.  [DJK50 .M38 1992]


McDermott, Kevin, and Matthew Stibbe. Revolution and Resistance in Eastern Europe : Challenges to Communist Rule. Oxford: Berg, 2006.  210 p.  [DJK50 .R48 2006]


Priban, Jiri. Dissidents of Law : On the 1989 Velvet Revolutions, Legitimations, Fictions of Legality, and Contemporary Version of the Social Contract. Aldershot, Hampshire, England: Ashgate/Dartmouth, 2002.  236 p.  [KJC5041 .P75 2002]


Prins, Gwyn. Spring in Winter : The 1989 Revolutions. Manchester: New York, 1990.  252 p.  [DJK50 .S695 1990]


Rodda, Ruth. "The 1989 Revolutions in East-Central Europe : A Comparative Analysis." Dissertation: Thesis (Ph.D.), University of Plymouth, 2000.


Rumer, Eugene B. The German Question in Moscow's "Common European Home" : A Background to the Revolutions of 1989, A Rand Note. Santa Monica, CA: Rand, 1991.  19 p.  [H31 .R187 N-3220]


Simpson, John. Despatches from the Barricades : An Eye-Witness Account of the Revolutions That Shook the World, 1989-90. London: Hutchinson, 1990.  320 p.


Staniszkis, Jadwiga. The Dynamics of the Breakthrough in Eastern Europe : The Polish Experience, Societies and Culture in East-Central Europe ;. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991.  303 p.  [HX238.5 .S73 1991]


Stokes, Gale. From Stalinism to Pluralism : A Documentary History of Eastern Europe since 1945. 2nd ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996.  294 p.  [DJK50 .F76 1996]


Stokes, Gale, Tismaneanu Vladimir, and Kovacs Maria. "Lessons of the East European Revolutions of 1989." Occasional paper / East European Studies, no. 31 (1991): 16.  [DJK1 .O4 no.31]


Taras, Ray. The Road to Disillusion : From Critical Marxism to Post-Communism in Eastern Europe. Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 1992.  206 p.  [HX240.7.A6 R63 1992]


Tismaneanu, Vladimir. "The Revolutions of 1989 : Lessons from the First Post-Communist Decade : An Eeps Round Table." East European politics and societies : EEPS. [Special issue]; (1999): 234-434.  [JN96.A2 E17 and online through IUB: http://KG6EK7CQ2B.search.serialssolutions.com/?V=1.0&L=KG6EK7CQ2B&S=JCs&C=EASTEURPOLAN&T=marc]


Turnley, David C., Peter Turnley, and Mort Rosenblum. Moments of Revolution, Eastern Europe. New York: Stewart, Distributed in the U.S. by Workman Pub., 1990.  183 p.  [DJK50 .T87 1990]


Weigel, George. The Final Revolution : The Resistance Church and the Collapse of Communism. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992.  255 p.  [BX1396.4 .W45 1992]

 



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