This book represents the first comprehensive empirical investigation of political cohesion in the multi-ethnic state of Yugoslavia, covering the entire period from the nation's independence to the present. The authors base their analysis on an extensive body of aggregate voting data from elections during both the precommunist and communist periods
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Westview Replica Editions -- Preface -- The Study of Political Cohesion: A Neglected Issue -- The Management of Cultural Diversity: Theory and Case Study -- Diversity and Divergence: Yugoslavia in the Interwar Years -- The Communists and Cultural Diversity -- Incorporation Under Communism, 1950-1969 -- One Party, Many Choices: Pluralist Socialism in the 1960s -- Consolidation Without Cohesion: Political Stability in a Fragile Mosaic -- : The Ethnic Composition of Yugoslavia -- : Entropy Tests of Interwar Yugoslav Elections -- Data Matching and the Definition of Standardized Regional Units -- : Ecological Fallacy Tests of Postwar Electoral and Census Data
Lenard J. Cohen is Professor of Political Science at Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada. He lives in Langley, British Columbia.