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INDEX Administrative justice, 22, 30, 66, 102 Administrative science, 246 n.1 African National Congress (ANC), 2–3, 31 Alliance of Free Democrats (SzDSz), 118–21, 145–48, 274 n.62 Alternative systems, 34, 132, 217, 226–27 Almond, Gabriel, 46–47, 59 Amnesia, 23, 25–26. See also collective memory; forgetting Amnesty: as an objective of transitional justice, 23–26; similarity with reconciliatory system, xi, 37–38; in South Africa, 47, 170, 248 n.29, 264 n.141 Antall, Jószef, 117, 119, 150, 274 n.62, 275 n.81 Arendt, Hannah, 100 Argentina, promotion screenings, 28 Audience, 49–50 Authoritarian enclaves, 2 Aylwin, Patricio, 3, 8 Baath Socialist Party, 4, 18, 232–33 Bachmann, Klaus, 124 Bačinský, Štefan, 115 Balsai, István, 147 Banality of evil, 91 Banality of the gray zone, 111, 130, 227. See also gray zone Barbu, Zevedei, 48 Barrett, Elizabeth, 83 Baumeister, Roy, 203 Belgium, postwar Penal Code, 30 Benda, Václav, 75, 114, 117, 142 Bergesen, Albert, 56 Bohdalová, Jiřina, 143 Boinazo, 3 Boros, Imre, 148, 150, 275 n.81 Boross, Péter, 119, 274 n.62 PAGE 301 Bosnia and Herzegovina, vetting, 18, 21, 28, 41 Braithwaite, John, 56, 201 Bremer, Paul L., 1, 4, 243 n.2, 244 n.16, 285 n.5 Buber, Martin, 53 Buruma, Ian, 51 Buzek, Jerzy, 85, 124, 153 Bystanders 101, 198. See also gray zone Capital conversion process, 153 Catharsis, 54, 254–55 n.57 CBOS(Public Opinion Research Center), 280 n.30 Cenckiewicz, Sławomir, 159 Center Agreement (PC), 123, 125 Cepl, Vojtěch, 30, 48, 286 n.11 Černý, Jiřı́, 116 Change of heart, 25, 37, 52, 191, 234 Chile: democratization, 2–5; president, 8, 20, 247 n.13 Choi, Susanne Y. P., 53, 203, 205 Christian Democratic Party (KDNP), 118, 121–22 Christian Democratic Party (KDS), 113–14, 117 Christianity, 54 Christian-National Union (ZChN), 123 Cibulka’s lists, 73 Cimoszewicz, Włodzimierz, 85, 124 Citizens’ Platform (PO), 156–57 Civic Democratic Alliance (ODA), 113, 116–17, 141, 286 n.11 Civic Democratic Party (ODS), 110, 113, 116–17, 137, 141–43, 205, 271 n.11, 273 n.45 Civic Forum (OF), 112, 141 Civic Movement (OH), 113, 117, 142–43, 273 n.45 ................. 18039$ INDX 06-09-11 09:17:54 PS 302 Index Clinton, Bill, 65, 256 n.1, 280 n.32 Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA), 4, 33, 232–33 Cohen, Stanley, 56 Collective guilt, 51–53, 56, 116, 169, 246 n.10 Collective memory: conceptualization and definition, 217; discussion of findings, 222–24, 229–30; hypotheses, 217–19; and law, 217; measurement of, 219–20; and personnel systems, x, 196–97, 202, 217–18, 228; political disputes, 141–44, 150–51, 156–57; results, 220–22; of Soviet invasions, 152, 160–61. See also lustration cycles, retroversion Collectivization of guilt, 53 Communist Party, 96, 105–6; of Bohemia and Moravia (KSČM), 99, 103, 113, 116, 128, 140–41, 266 n.42; of Czechoslovakia (KSČ), 6, 18, 20, 53, 73, 75, 77, 91, 97–99, 112, 114, 121, 137; nomenclature, xii. See also Hungarian Socialist Workers’ Party; Polish United Workers’ Party; removal of party members Communist regime, nomenclature, xii Condemnation: of communism, 143; conceptualization, 171; and the Czech exclusive (lustration) system, 71, 75; by de-Baathification, 5; discussion of findings, 222–24; by dismissal, 200, 215; and exclusive system, 218; by exposure, 148, 202; and the Hungarian inclusive (lustration) system, 151; and inclusive system, 219; of leaked information, 73; measurement of, 180, 220, 240; and mixed system, 33; of Nazism and socialism, 84; by personnel systems, 199, 228–30; and the Polish reconciliatory (lustration) system, 161; and prospective lustration, 120; and reconciliatory system, 219; results, 220–22 Confederation of Independent Poland (KPN), 123 Confession, 7, 9, 132–35; collective, 40; in Czech Republic, 132–33, 141, 162, 187–89, 211–14; effects on reconciliation, 207–11, 215–16; effects on trust in government, 181–85, 191–93; experimental manipulation of, 171–77, 241; false, 90; in Hungary, 122, 132–33, 150–51, 162, 187–89, 211–14; and other personnel PAGE 302 systems, 31–34; in Poland, 132–33, 152–54, 162, 187–89, 211–14; and reconciliation , 203–4; as a reconciliatory method, 23–26, 37–39, 60, 85–91, 97, 122, 159; self-incriminating, 38–39, 57, 73, 123, 159; as self-purification, 53–54, 56–57, 60–61, 70, 101, 167, 169; and trust in government, 169. See also Denial; Exposure, and...

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