In this book chapter, included in a offical publication of the Greek Parliament which has just been out, Giorgos Tsiridis and Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos map the different, formal and informal, more institutionalized and less institutionalized, segments of civil society in 1967-1974, under the Colonels’ Regime. Using material from interviews with 30 members of the Greek resistance, they show how civil society developed under an authoritarian political regime, exploiting all opportunities to mobilize and adapting to changing circumstances of political oppression.

Τhe publication is available here (in Greek).