The Case of Roman Dmowski (Beginnings: 1886–1905)
Chauvinism, Polish Style
The Case of Roman Dmowski (Beginings: 1886–1905)
The main focus of this book is the emergence of political radicalism at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and especially of one of its versions – right-wing radicalism, represented here by Roman Dmowski, co-founder and leader of the National Democrats. The main problem faced by the author has been that of attempting to reconstruct the ideological and also the socio-political origins of the Polish nationalist right. In one of its possible interpretations, this book could be regarded as a contextual biography devoted to the early period of political activity of this most important ideologue and leader of the nationalist movement in Poland at the turn of the 19th/20th centuries.
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