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Anti-modernism

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Diana Mishkova
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Marius Turda
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Balazs Trencsenyi

Chapter I. Integral Nationalism

Nikola Pašić: The agreement of Serbs and Croats

Traduction de Marija Petrović

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Title: Sloga Srbo-Hrvata (The agreement of Serbs and Croats)

Originally published: The first publication of the manuscript is Nikola Pašić, Sloga Srbo-Hrvata, edited by Đorđe Đ. Stanković (Belgrade: Vreme knjige, 1995)

Language: Serbian

The excerpts used are from Nikola Pašić, Sloga Srbo-Hrvata, edited by Đorđe Đ. Stanković (Belgrade: Vreme knjige, 1995), pp. 104–105, 125–128, 131–134.

About the author

Nikola Pašić [1845, Zaječar (Eastern Serbia)–1926, Belgrade]: one of the most important Serbian politicians of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He studied technical sciences in Belgrade and Zurich (1868–1872). While residing in Switzerland, Pašić was greatly influenced by the populist ideologue, Svetozar Marković. It was also there that he met and became close to a group of young Serbian radicals, including Pera Todorović, Pera Velimirović, Lazar Paču, Jovan Žujović. In 1881, this group established the Serbian Radical Party. This was the first modern political party in Serbia. It cr...

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