Jan Stanislav Skrejsovsky: the Dissent in the National Party of the Czech Lands in the 1870s

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The article deals with the process of dissent in the National Party of the Czech Lands in the 70-s of the XIX century: two clearly defined factions within the Czech National Party had emerged: the Old Czechs and the Young Czechs. The author examines political position of Jan Stanislav Skrejsovsky, a prominent Czech businessman, a member of the National Party (the Old Czechs), his struggle with the National Party of Freethinkers (the Young Czechs) formed in 1874. The problem of Czech political press as an instrument of political struggle is discussed in the article.

P Nikolaevich Baratov

Institute of World History, Russian Academy of Science

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Центр по изучению XIX векаОтдел новой истории; Институт всеобщей истории РАН; Institute of World History, Russian Academy of Science

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