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Introduction - Underground Streams: National-Conservatives after World War II in Communist Hungary and Eastern Europe
János M. Rainer 

Part One. The Right-Wing Tradition in Eastern Europe after 1945 

The Romanian Ideology: Merging Political Extremes in a National Stalinist Discourse
Vladimir Tismaneanu and Bogdan C. Iacob 

Absent Traditions: Right-Wing Strands in Slovakian Politics
Attila Simon 

A Round-Trip through the Czech Lands: The Origins of a Liberal Right Revolution
András Schweitzer 

Conservative Right-Wing Political Thinking in Hungary after 1945
János M. Rainer 

Part Two. Right-Wing Enemies through the Lens of State Security

Social Resistance under the Kádár Regime and the “Right-Wing” Enemies of State Security
Krisztián Ungváry

Christian Democrats under Fire from the Political Police, 1945–1989
Gábor Tabajdi 

“Petty” Arrow Cross Supporters in the Interior Ministry Files
András Lénárt and Rudolf Paksa 

Part Three. Personal Life Paths and Strategies 

“I Was Brought up the Old Way, I’m a Conservative”: A Middle-Class Christian Looks Back on His Life
Zsuzsanna Kőrösi 

A Nationalist of Successive Periods: Miklós Mester (1906–1989)
Katalin Somlai 

From Right to Left—or Not? Béla Csikós-Nagy, a Paradigmatical Opportunist of Transition
Iván Miklós Szegő