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Comparative communism

the Soviet, Chinese, and Yugoslav models

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Published by W. H. Freeman in San Francisco .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soviet Union.,
  • China.,
  • Yugoslavia.
    • Subjects:
    • Communism,
    • Communism -- Soviet Union,
    • Communism -- China,
    • Communism -- Yugoslavia

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and index.

      Statement[compiled by] Gary K. Bertsch and Thomas W. Ganschow.
      ContributionsBertsch, Gary K., Ganschow, Thomas W.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHX40 .C735
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 463 p. ;
      Number of Pages463
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5197959M
      ISBN 100716707330, 0716707322
      LC Control Number75020464

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      4 The integrative approach to the study of communism is especially well exemplified by Barghoorn's, Frederick C. contribution to the Little, Brown Series in Comparative Politics. See Barghoorn's Politics in the USSR (Boston ).Like the other contributors to this series, Barghoorn integrates his topic area within a framework for functional analysis which derives particular sophistication. Start with The Communist Manifesto by Marx and State and Revolution by Lenin. Then I recommend a biography of Mao Zaedong called Mao: The Unknown Story. It tells the story of the Chinese communist revolution and all its accompanying evils. Another.

      Paths for Cuba: Reforming Communism in Comparative Prospective [Scott Morgenstern, Jorge Perez-Lopez and Jerome Branche]. The Cuban model of communism has been an inspiration—from both a positive and negative perspective—for social movements, politic. Overall, somehow or another, the Black Book of Communism has managed to raise the debate one notch. It is a measure of the success of the class struggle that the reactionary intelligentsia felt compelled to write an page book touching on the death toll of communism.


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Comparative Communism: Soviet, Chinese and Yugoslav Models Paperback By (author) Gary K. Bertsch, By (author) Thomas W. Ganschow. He has published over 50 articles in journals and books on the collapse of communism in Central and Eastern Europe and the post-communist developments in this area.

His first book The Fall: A Comparative Study of the End of Communism in Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary and Poland () was awarded second place in the UNESCO Stein Rokkan competition for best book in comparative Cited by:   Comparative communism: the Soviet, Chinese, and Yugoslav models.

Bertsch, Gary K,Ganschow, Thomas W. The comparative study of political leadership in Communist systems --System attributes and career attributes: the Soviet leadership system, to --Leadership attributes in Eastern Europe: the effect of county and time --The Chinese Communist political elite: continuity and innovation --Attitudinal cleavages within the Soviet political leadership --Elites and citizenry in Yugoslav society: a study of value differentiation --Communist.

This book is of direct relevance to specialists and post-graduate students interested in the post-communist transition process in the light of a comparative analysis written by Author: Iván Szelényi, Péter Mihályi.

The Science of Communist Politics Political Science Textbooks on The Soviet Union, China, and Eastern Europe Autumn Special Issue on Foreign Policy Symposium on the Comparative Study of Communist Foreign Policies.

Read the latest articles of Studies in Comparative Communism atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. Skip to Journal menu Skip to Issue articles Book review Full text access Politics and participation under communist rule: Peter J.

Potichnyi, Jane Shapiro Zacek, eds., (New York: Praeger. As in the original German edition (published in ), the epilogue moves on Comparative communism book a much more sophisticated analysis of what the author deems feasible, conceivable, and desirable for the future of communism. Although the English title indicates the book is Reviews: The Wall fell in The Soviets collapsed in Communism, it seems, is on its last legs in today’s 21st century world.

But defenders of property and human liberty should always remain vigilant against totalitarian Leftism, which is why we’ve selected the top 5 anticommunist books ever written. Here, now, is the original list of Communist Goals as read into the Congressional Record The Original Complete List Of The 45 Declared Goals For The Communist Takeover Of America.

Submitted By Greg Swank You are about to read a list of 45 goals that found their way down the halls of our great Capitol back in   As Constantin Iordachi noted in his introduction, the topic of the debate illustrated the comparative nature of studies on communism, par excellence: obviously one cannot study the revolutions of and the collapse of the communist systems by only focusing on isolated national case-studies; he or she would have to take into account a complex web of multiple interactions at.

Near the end of the series, and shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Gerald Segal writing in for the International Affairs journal, commented on the declining relevance of the book series as communism as a major geopolitical factor was fading; for "those who dare to retain an interest in comparative communism" the volume may continue to offer them an "essential" "meticulous report" on the.

Karl Marx () was a German philosopher and economist who became a social revolutionary as co-author of "The Communist Manifesto.". Communism is traced back to 16th century English writer Thomas More, who described a society based on common ownership of property in his book Utopia.

It first emerged as a political doctrine after the French Revolution, when Francois Noel Babeuf talked of the desirability of common ownership of land and total equity among citizens. On income differentials, see Peter Wiles and Stefan Markowski, ‘Income distribution under communism and capitalism’, Soviet Studies XXII ().Comparative studies of social welfare include Groth, Comparative Politics, and the same author’s ‘Worker welfare systems in Marxist-Leninist states: a comparative perspective’, Co-Existence XIX (); see also Jaroslav Krejci, Social.

Lenin began and Stalin completed the organizational structures and the repertoire of strategies and tactics that would be used as a model by almost all subsequent communist movements for suppressing religion.

This model was primarily constructed to overcome the challenges posed to the revolution by a powerful Russian Orthodox Church. As such it did not fit the religious circumstances of. "advanced" democracies, communist and post communist countries, and newly industrialized and less developed nations.

This book includes review materials for all six countries. WHAT IS COMPARATIVE POLITICS. Most people understand that the term government is a reference to the leadership and institutions that make policy decisions for the country. The coverage of comparative communism is a tour de force, breaking exciting new ground in explaining the important debates over the Soviet Union.

The analysis of the ideological and organizational rebuilding of the Party sets the standard for future writings on Chinese politics. Atheist Secularism and Its Discontents takes a comparative approach to understanding religion under communism, arguing that communism was integral to the global experience of secularism.

Bringing together leading researchers whose work spans the Eurasian continent, it shows that appropriating religion was central to Communist political practices. With the collapse of communism, a new world seemed to open for the peoples of East Central Europe. The possibilities this world presented, and the costs it exacted, have been experienced differently by men and women.

Susan Gal and Gail Kligman explore these differences through a probing analysis of the role of gender in reshaping politics and social relations since. Books shelved as communism: The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx, Animal Farm by George Orwell, One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Aleksandr Solzh.About this book Introduction Already established as the leading text in the field, the third edition of Comparative Government and Politics is comprehensively revised and substantially rewritten to cover the collapse of communism, the extension of democracy in the Second and Third Worlds, and the growing internationalisation of political and."This well-researched and well-argued book makes a significant contribution to scholarship and will appeal to a wide audience in the China field, including graduate students of history, politics, sociology, and comparative communist studies."—The China Quarterly.