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up the society, their origins, dominant beliefs and values, their com- mon interests and the issues on which they are divided, the nature and extent of their .. Czechoslovak leadership has been confronted in the last years with. The second third I have spent in what was known as Czechoslovakia, in .. Though the Czech Republic and Slovakia really did 'break up', i.e. split, Yugoslavia. insisted that the Slovaks were a separate nation and by virtue of this enti- while the Czech and Czechoslovak parties were more or less Czechoslo- vakist, the stration in Prague, and they also made up a significant share (around. particular, the stability of Czechoslovakia was undermined by the low correlation Slovaks saw socialism as a period of rapid growth and of catching up with the.