Table of contents for The three Yugoslavias : state-building and legitimation, 1918-2005 / Sabrina P. Ramet.

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Contents
List of Maps
List of Tables
Preface and Acknowledgments
Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Conventions Used in the Text
Glossary
Introduction
1. A Theory of System Legitimacy
2. The First Yugoslavia, Part 1: The Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes, 1918-1929
3. The First Yugoslavia, Part 2: The Kingdom of Yugoslavia, 1929-1941
4. World War Two and the Partisan Struggle, 1941-1945
5. Happy Comrades? Tito, Stalin, and the Birth of the Second Yugoslavia, 1945-1951
6. Dreaming a New Dream, 1950-1962
7. The Reform Crisis, 1962-1970
8. The Rise and Fall of Yugoslav Liberalism, 1967-1973
9. Controversies in the Economic Sector, 1965-1990
10. Nationalist Tensions, 1968-1990
11. A Crisis of Legitimacy, 1974-1989
12. Hail Caesar! The Rise of Slobodan Milo¿evic
13. The Road to War
14. The War of Yugoslav Succession, Phase 1 (1991)
15. The War of Yugoslav Succession, Phase 2 (1992-1995)
16. A Flawed Peace: Post-Dayton Bosnia
17. The Third Yugoslavia and After, 1992-2004
18. UNMIK, KFOR, and the Future of Kosovo
19. Separate Paths: Slovenia, Macedonia, Croatia
Conclusion
Abbreviations and Acronyms Used in the Endnotes and Bibliography
Notes
Selected Bibliography
Index
Author's Biography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Yugoslavia -- History -- 20th century.
Yugoslavia -- Politics and government.
Yugoslav War, 1991-1995.
Yugoslavia -- Ethnic relations.
Nationalism -- Yugoslavia.
Former Yugoslav republics -- History.