New Social Cleavages Amid the Dissolution of the 'Lberal Consensus'
What is it about?
This paper considers the new power relations between political parties and civil society 25 years after the fall of Bulgaria's socialist regime.
Why is it important?
This article offers an important case study of the wider pattern of the growing mobilisational power of social groups 'disillusioned' with the (neo)liberal consensus established after 1989.
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