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Kolektivizace zemědělství v Československu v letech 1948 - 1960

Pernes, Jiří

After its resurgence from the Moscow exile in 1945, the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (CPS) adopted the image of a party representing not only the labourers but the whole working class. The CPS worked towards gaining the support of Czechoslovak farmers with promises of new land reform, law guaranteed collectivization of land up to 50 hectares and more legislative measures to make their lives easier. However, the most significant was the promise of no kolkhozes – no equivalent of soviet agriculture.

Korupcia: dedičstvo štátneho socializmu?

Oltenau, Tina

Research of corruption in the socialist countries of the former Eastern Bloc – in comparison with the research of this phenomenon in the established democratic regimes – is considerably complicated by the lack of proper sources. The amount and quality of the relevant data that could be used for reconstruction of the practice of corruption as well as the attitudes of the public towards this practice, does not make comparative studies of the extent and development of corruption among states possible; however, the sources available are enough to determine certain particular tendencies.

"V rozpore so socialistickou morálkou vyžadujú niektorí pracovníci rôzne úplatky za vybavovanie vecí a zabezpečovanie úloh, ktoré patria k ich povinnostiam." Vedenie komunistickej strany a jeho prejavy o korupcii

Kmeť, Norbert

Corruption, bribery, favouritism, abuse of authority etc. has existed in every society. In Czechoslovakia, the first years after the Second World War when a new regime was built up with the direct participation of the communists, were no exception. Naturally, these phenomena did not stop after the Communist party assumed undisputed control over the government of Czechoslovakia, quite the opposite, unprecedented spread of corruption started.

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