Environmental Politics in Poland: A Social Movement Between Regime and Opposition
Columbia University Press, 1996 - 263 頁
This text examines the development of the Polish environmental movement as a lens through which to understand the reconstruction of civil society and the adaptation of a social movement to new political institutions. The book focuses on the period between Solidarity's formation in 1980 and the first years after the establishment of a Solidarity-led government in 1989. It argues that environmental groups, as a form of independent collective action aimed at changing official policies and institutions, were part of the larger social transformations that undermined communist rule.
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