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By A. Horvath

the connection among modernity and the increase of charismatic leaders, Agnes Horvath makes use of 'threshold' events to track the stipulations out of which political regimes constructed. the point of interest on rationalism and constitution has resulted in a scientific overlook of doubtful liminal moments, which gave new course to societies and cultures.

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