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In the socialist period, until 1991, the Vardar part of Macedonia was part of the Yugoslav federation; hence, both general policy and cultural policy were implemented under Belgrade's leadership and relied entirely on the ideology inherent for the Yugoslav system. Of course, Macedonia developed within that framework as a republic with certain powers, and could, to some extent, organize its own political and cultural life, but within the framework of Yugoslav politics. It is noteworthy that when trying to research the literature on the cultural policy, there are almost no papers that refer only to Macedonia, only papers that refer to the entire territory of Yugoslavia. It can also be noted that all that exists in the literature mainly concerns positivism regarding the politics and cultural policy of Yugoslavia, but also negative criticism of capitalist countries and their policies.
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Trpeski, Davorin. 2020. “CULTURAL POLICIES AND CULTURAL HERITAGE IN SOCIALIST MACEDONIA: ESTABLISHMENT OF THE MACEDONIAN STATE”. EthnoAnthropoZoom/ЕтноАнтропоЗум 20 (20), 11-27. https://etno.pmf.ukim.mk/index.php/eaz/article/view/447.
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