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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 IV. Conservative Redefinitions of Tradition and Modernity

Karel Kramář: In defense of Slavic politics

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Title: Na obranu slovanské politiky (In defense of Slavic politics)

Originally published: Prague, Tiskem a nákladem Pražské akciové tiskárny, 1926

Language: Czech

The excerpts are from the original edition, pp. 10–13, 80–88, 96–105.

About the author

Karel Kramář [1860, Vysoké nad Jizerou, Ger. Hochstadt an der Iser, northern Bohemia–1937, Prague]: politician, lawyer, economist, and entrepreneur. Born to a wealthy builder’s family, Kramář studied law in Prague and Vienna, economy in Berlin and political science in Paris. He started his political career as an ally of Tomáš G. Masaryk, and as one of the three co-founders of the “realist movement” in the 1880s, which stood for liberal reform of the Austrian state. In 1890, however, he joined the liberal nationalist Young Czech party, which he then represented in the Austrian Parliament. Abandoning his hope in reform and the federalization of Austria, he gradually moved to a more nationalist defensive position and started to develop a specifi...

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