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Coming to Terms with the Injuries of Normality
Bruchstücke zu einer Institutsgeschichte
Normwandel und Deutungskämpfe im Umgang mit Kriegsverbrechen, 1991-2012
Series: Global Studies
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as its chairman and several other active politicians among its supporters, the group can be considered a venerable veteran in the frenetic world of Finnish radical nationalism. Sisu is explicit in its yearning for the nationalist agenda of the inter-war period, cherishing the memory culture of the victors of the 1918 Finnish civil war. Its program can be described as fascist, with an emphasis on the threat of community decline. As an antidote, an ‘organic national community’ is envisioned as basis for a re-forged Finnish nation and state  – a future Europe

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