In conditions of Czechoslovakia between the wars it is extremly difficult to describe precisely the right-left polarisation in politics. It is even more difficult to define pro system and anti-system politics, at least in relation to institutions. Ideological antagonism was made insignificant by the mechanism of political party competition backed by enforced consensus. So-called state-forming parties were pressed to the political centre and strong anti-state opposition made any reasonable democratic alternatives impossible.
Peer-reviewed journal article
Kunštát, Daniel. 2009. „Systémovost a antisystémovost v kontextu meziválečné demokracie.“ Moderní dějiny 17 (2): 424-440. ISSN 1210-6860.
politics (and political attitudes)