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Author Dénes, Iván Zoltán.

Title Conservative ideology in the making [electronic resource] / Iván Zoltán Dénes.

Published [Budapest] : Pasts Institute of Historical Studie s ; Budapest ; New York : CEU Press, 2009.

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Uniform title Liberális kihívásra adott konzervatív válasz. English
Physical description 1 online resource (xi, 256 p., [23] p. of plates) : ill.
Series Pasts incorporated, 1786-1438
Pasts incorporated.
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Notes "Revised and supplemented version of Iván Zoltán Dénes Liberális kihívásra adott konzervatív válasz, Argumentum Kiadó, Bibó István Szellemi Mühely, Budapest, 2008"--T.p. verso.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Modernity and identity -- Liberalisms and conservatisms -- Images of the enemy -- Conservatism -- Its definition and types -- Hungarian conservatives : context and dilemmas -- The liberal challenge : nation-building through reforms -- The conservative answer : law, order, and stability -- What to preserve, what to give up, and what to modernize? (1839-1842) -- The figure of the founding father -- The overture to cautious progress : the memorandum -- The first liberal-conservative press debate -- Order-based modernity -- Separation vs. unification (1842-1843) -- Conservative reform -- The Magyar nation and the non-Magyar nationalities -- Us and them : aristocracy vs. democracy -- Law and order : which kind? (1843-1844) -- What is to be done with the counties? -- Conservative arguments against the juries -- The dietal weight of the cities -- Failure of the diet : their interpretations -- Journalists' offensive : issues and arguments (1845-1847) -- Western models and Hungarian conditions -- Constitutionalism -- Toleration : its guarantees -- Aristocracy, nation, and empire -- Two liberal interpretations -- Party programs (1846-1847) -- The program of the conservatives -- The opposition program -- The differences -- Conservative politics in defense (1847-1848) -- The immediate precedent -- Conservative positions and arguments -- The defeat of the conservatives -- Myth in the making -- The conservatives in 1848/49 -- In opposition -- "Outcasts" of the Ausgleich -- The process of mythmaking -- Epilogue -- Symbolic link between three types of conservatives (1927) -- Conservative master narrative (1920, 1933) -- Metamorphoses narrationis (1942, 1947) -- The constant core (1913-1955) -- The ethnicist re-reading of the master narrative (1939) -- Competing visions of national history.
Summary The inheritance of the east-European autocratic system frozen up by the communist state was thawed after the regime change, the constitutional revolution, and its components began to be reactivated. "Liberal" and "conservative" have become stigmas in many parts of the world, in line with fascist, reactionary, rightist, bourgeois etc. The attempts to find historic predecessors did not favor an objective approach. There are no serious unbiased syntheses; the political poles of the constitutional revolution and the ensuing period have been described in terms of different conspiracy theories. Dénes establishes distance from the enemy images and their political idioms current in today's eastern Europe. Provides in depth exploration and analysis required for the portrayal of specific features of conservatism, its strategic vision, conceptual system, argumentation, assessment criteria and values. Price's memoir weaves complicated strands-his Viennese origins, campaigns to distribute Jewish refugees away from New York City, the special qualities of Midwestern Ohio life in the 1950s-and the contrasting patterns of adjustment by different generations in his family in the American landscape. As he traces the particular path of his own life, Price reveals a more universal story of adjustment, and the relationship between a marginal community and the drama of American citizenship.
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Subject Conservatism -- Hungary -- History -- 19th century.
Liberalism -- Hungary -- History -- 19th century.
Nationalism -- Hungary -- History -- 19th century.
Political culture -- Hungary -- History -- 19th century.
Social classes -- Hungary -- History -- 19th century.
Minorities -- Hungary -- History -- 19th century.
Hungary -- Politics and government -- 1699-1848.
Hungary -- Politics and government -- 1849-1867.
Hungary -- Social conditions -- 19th century.
Hungary -- Ethnic relations -- History -- 19th century.
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