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Melissa Dabakis
Paul H. D. Kaplan

movements abroad. At the same time, they promoted an unbridled nationalism and imperial expansionism at home in the hope of disseminating democracy across the North American continent. By supporting American military intervention into republican struggles abroad, Young Americans intended to spread democratic reform to countries like Italy, besieged by illiberal tyranny. In championing this movement, such

in Republics and empires
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Octavian Esanu

resistance operating within every dominant ideology, as a mechanism which both conceals and constitutes. The study occurs at an urgent historical moment, as we are witnessing the pendulum of history swinging toward anti-liberal, social-media, conspiracy populism, toward nationalistic democratic illiberalism. This book studies the SCCA network's accomplishments by placing them in their broader social context, primarily with regard to the dominant discourses in postsocialism: capitalist modernization, transition to democracy, and developmentalism. And

in The postsocialist contemporary