A Social Bandit in Nineteenth Century Hungary: Rózsa Sándor

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East European Monographs, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 233 pages
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Rozsa Sandor, the betyar (social bandit), played a pivotal role in the agrarian socialism that swept Hungary in the 1890s, demanding better working conditions and land tenure reforms. Drawing on the theoretical underpinnings of the significance of "social bandits," the author presents a compelling history of Hungarian social agrarian society.

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The Betyar
Kossuth Lajos and Rozsa Sandor 1848

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Shingo Minamizuka is a professor at Hosei University, Japan.

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