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1: Introduction: Strikes, Sinatra, and Nonviolent Revolution.
2: Poland and the Solidarity Union.
3: Pope John Paul II Visits Poland, Challenges State.
4: Workers Unite and Issue Demands.
5: Strikers Defy the Government.
6: Solidarity's Inaugural Convention.
7: Rights Curtailed, Solidarity Urges a Strike.
8: Rites for Father Jerzy, Priest and 'Martyr'.
9: Enter Gorbachev: Perestroika and Glasnost.
10: Workers Call a Halt to Strikes.
11: Solidarity and Wałęsa Rebound.
12: Jaruzelski Exits.
13: Poland and the Solidarity Union: Bibliography.
14: Hungary: Collective Memory and a Negotiated Revolution.
15: The Truth about 1956.
16: In Praise of 1956: Eastern Europeans Speak Out.
17: A New Generation of Communists.
18: Commemorating 1848.
19: The Demise of the Brezhnev Doctrine and Revisiting 1956.
20: Changing Economic and Political Winds.
21: The Rehabilitation of Imre Nagy.
22: Political Alterations and a Hole in the Iron Curtain.
23: The Thirty-Third Anniversary of the Uprising.
24: The Soviets Depart.
25: Measuring a Nation's Income: Bibliography.
26: East Germany and the Pastors' Movement.
27: "Stay and Change Things".
28: Fears of Free Emigration.
29: East German Affairs: "Decided Not in Moscow, but in Berlin".
30: Demonstrations Greet Fortieth Anniversary Celebrations.
31: The Nikolai Church and the Wende.
32: Hundreds of Thousands Choose "Self-Emancipation".
33: "Revolution from Below".
34: Opening of the Berlin Wall.
35: Peaceful Evolution Leads to a Party Coup.
36: "The Locomotive of East German Renewal" and Reunification.
37: The Two Germanys Unite.
38: East Germany and the Pastors' Movement: Bibliography.
39: Czechoslovakia's Velvet Revolution.
40: Charter 77.
41: Samizdat Propel Pro-Democracy Movements.
42: The Vatican versus the Communists.
43: Czechoslovaks Stir.
44: Ten Days of Revolution.
45: Protesters Call for Communist Leaders to Step Down.
46: Changes in Party Leadership Foreseen.
47: 6,000 Strike Committees Ready a Nationwide General Strike.
48: "Moral Reparations Would Be Enough".
49: President Václav Havel Delivers New Year Address.
50: Warsaw Pact Dissolves.
51: Czechoslovakia's Velvet Revolution: Bibliography.
52: Independence of the Baltic States.
53: Demonstrations against Soviet Rule Tolerated.
54: Calls for Glasnost Raise Expectations.
55: Estonia: Nationalist Activity Goes Mainstream.
56: Lithuania: Shunning Soviet Rule.
57: Becoming Independent.
58: Human Chain Across the Baltics.
59: Lithuania: Independent Statehood Restored.
60: Latvia: Parliamentary Approval for Independence.
61: Lithuania's Bloody Sunday.
62: Coup Transforms Gorbachev, Elevates Yeltsin.
63: Secret Pact Challenges Soviet Legitimacy.
64: Independence of the Baltic States: Bibliography.
65: Serbia: From Dictatorship to Democracy.
66: Protests follow Government's Refusal to Honor Election Results.
67: Use of Force against Serbia Imminent.
68: Opposition Groups Disagree on Milošević Ouster.
69: Otpor Asserts Itself as Lead Opposition Group.
70: Opposition Fatalistic about Election Outcomes.
71: Milosevic Campaigns Against NATO.
72: Opposition Boycotts Election Runoff.
73: Striking Miners Defy Police.
74: Milošević Regime Falls.
75: Milošević Arrested.
76: Milošević Gambles and Loses.
77: Serbia: From Dictatorship to Democracy: Bibliography.
78: Georgia's Rose Revolution.
79: Rival Georgian Factions Disagree on Goals.
80: Shevardnadze Heads Home to Lead Georgia.
81: Parliamentary Elections off to a Bumpy Start.
82: Shevardnadze Resists Calls for his Resignation.
83: Shevardnadze's Party Declared Winner in Disputed Election.
84: Opponents Protest Seating of Another Shevardnadze Government.
85: Shevardnadze Steps Down.
86: A Postmortem on Shevardnadze's Fall.
87: Saakashvili Sees Mandate to Clean Up Government.
88: Saakashvili Confronts Rebel Leader.
89: Georgia Faces Uphill Battle.
90: Georgia's Rose Revolution: Bibliography.
91: Ukraine's Orange Revolution.
92: Ukraine's History Shapes Its Revolution.
93: Elections Marred by Charges of Abuse.
94: Election Results Widely Discredited.
95: Yushchenko Declares Victory.
96: Youth-Led Movements Galvanize Protest of Election Fraud.
97: Parliament Seeks Resolution to Election Standoff.
98: Election Results Overturned.
99: Ukraine Suffers along with Poisoned Yushchenko.
100: A Clear Victory for Yushchenko.
101: Yushchenko Vows to Unite Country.
102: Collective Nonviolent Action Gains Momentum.
103: Ukraine's Orange Revolution: Bibliography.