The Hungarian Patient: Social Opposition to an Illiberal Democracy

Edited by Peter Krasztev, social anthropologist and associate professor at the Budapest Business School and Jon Van Til, professor emeritus at Rutgers University, this book offers a panoramic overview of the constitutional, political, social and ideational changes in Hungary. The volume also provides a kaleidoscopic analytical frame for the study of the dynamics of political change drawing on concepts from social movement studies, comparative politics, political sociology, gender studies and constitutionalism.

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