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The Communist Movement since 1945

The Communist Movement since 1945

Willie Thompson

ISBN: 978-0-631-19969-4

Jan 1998, Wiley-Blackwell

274 pages

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From the late 1980s the seemingly firmly established communist movement collapsed with dramatic suddenness.

1. The Movement's Turning Point.

2. Cold War and Colonial Revolution.

3. Destalinisation.

4.'Peaceful Co-Existence' and Schism.

5. Orthodox Communism 1963-1970.

6. Indian Summer 1970-1981.

7. The Amazed Evangelist.

Biographical Notes.





* An up-to-date critical overview of communism in the period since World War II.
* Offers the first comparative assessment of world communism since the disintegration of the USSR.
* Examines the tension between communism as a set of ideas and communism as a form of economic and social organization.
* Includes biographies of key figures, extensive chronology and maps.