Cover

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pp. 1-3

Title page

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pp. 4-4

Copyright page

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pp. 5-5

Table of Contents

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pp. 6-9

Introduction

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pp. 10-23

Vladimir Tismaneanu: Rethinking 1989

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pp. 24-41

Part One MEMORIES AND LEGACIES OF 1989

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pp. 42-43

Gale Stokes: Purposes of the Past

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pp. 44-63

Agnes Heller: Twenty Years After 1989

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pp. 64-77

Karol Edward Sołtan: Moderate Modernity and the Spirit of 1989

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pp. 78-117

Konrad H. Jarausch: People Power? Towards a Historical Explanation of 1989

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pp. 118-135

Cornel Ban: Was 1989 the End of Social Democracy?

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pp. 136-177

Part Two MOVING AWAY FROM THE COLD WAR

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pp. 178-179

Mark Kramer: The Demise of the Soviet Bloc

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pp. 180-265

Vladislav Zubok: Gorbachev and the Road to 1989

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pp. 266-299

Jeffrey Herf: Success Was Not an Orphan: The Battle of the Euromissiles in 1983 and the Events of 1989–1991

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pp. 300-321

A. Ross Johnson: “No One is Afraid to Talk to Us Anymore.” Radio FreeEurope in 1989

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pp. 322-337

Part Three: EASTERN EUROPE IN 1989

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pp. 338-339

Vladimir Tismaneanu and Bogdan C. Iacob: Revisiting the Nature and Legacies of the Ceauşescu Regime

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pp. 340-371

Nick Miller: Where Was the Serbian Havel?

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pp. 372-389

Cătălin Avramescu: Communism, the Experience of Light Electrification, and Legitimization in USSR and Romania before 1989

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pp. 390-407

Bradley Abrams: Buying Time: Consumption and Political Legitimization in Late Communist Czechoslovakia

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pp. 408-430

Ioan T. Morar and David Morar: The Second Hat: Romanian Media-Mass from Party Loudspeaker to the Voice of the Oligarchs

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pp. 431-446

Part Four AFTERMATHS OF EXTRAORDINARY TIMES

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pp. 447-448

Noemi Marin: Totalitarian Discourse and Ceauşescu’s Loss of Words: Memorializing Rhetoric in 1989 Romania

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pp. 449-472

Marci Shore:“A Spectre is Haunting Europe. . .”: Dissidents, Intellectuals and a New Generation

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pp. 473-502

Lavinia Stan: Memory, Justice and Democratization in Post-Communism

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pp. 503-516

A. James McAdams: Transitional Justice and the Politicization of Memory in Post-1989 Europe

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pp. 517-528

Tom Gallagher: Incredible Voyage: Romania’s Communist Heirs Adapt and Survive After 1989

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pp. 529-550

Peter Voitsekhovsky: In the Footsteps of 1989: Ukraine’s “Orange Revolution” as a Carnival of Anti-politics

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pp. 551-566

Jeffrey C. Isaac: Conclusion: Shades of Gray: Revisiting the Meanings of 1989

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pp. 567-586

List of Contributors

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pp. 587-594

Index

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pp. 595-602

Back cover

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pp. 603-603