The politics of Eurocommunism
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Published by Macmillan in Basingstoke .
Written in English


  • Communism -- Europe.

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Statementedited by Carl Boggs and David Plotke.
ContributionsBoggs, Carl., Plotke, David.
LC ClassificationsHX239
The Physical Object
Pagination479p. ;
Number of Pages479
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14996563M
ISBN 100333295463, 0333295471

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Eurocommunism, also referred to as democratic communism or neocommunism, was a revisionist trend in the s and s within various Western European communist parties which said they had developed a theory and practice of social transformation more relevant for Western Europe. During the Cold War, they sought to undermine the influence of the Soviet Union and the . POLITICS OF EUROCOMMUNISM by Carl Boggs, David Plotke ISBN: books from Pickabook ** We are currently unable to dispatch outside the UK ** Visit our new collection website Eurocommunism, trend among European communist parties toward independence from Soviet Communist Party doctrine during the s and ’80s. With Mikhail Gorbachev’s encouragement, all communist parties took independent courses in the late s, and by the term Eurocommunism had become moot.. The term Eurocommunism was coined in the mids . COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle .

New Times was an intellectual movement among leftists in Great Britain in the late s. It was centred on the Eurocommunist faction of the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB), and most of the intellectual groundwork for the movement was laid out in the latter party's official theoretical journal, Marxism Today. Get this from a library! The Politics of Eurocommunism: socialism in transition. [Carl Boggs; David Plotke;] -- A collection of essays defining and analyzing the main features of Eurocommunism and assessing its long-term relevance for socialist polities--not only in Western Europe, but in the United States and. The Politics of Eurocommunism: socialism in transition Item Preview Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by stationcebu on January 8, SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: Book Description. Eurocommunism constitutes a "moment" of great transformation connecting the past and the present of the European Left, a political project by means of which left-wing politics in Europe effected a definitive transition to a thoroughly different paradigm.

But it also sets these Western developments in the context of European politics as a whole—discussing the Russian response to Carrillo, the organizational attitudes of the CPSU to the Western parties, and the emergence of major dissident currents in Eastern Germany sympathetic to Eurocommunism.   xxvi, pages ; 22 cm Includes bibliographical references and index Rightist revisionism and Eurocommunism: a Yugoslav Marxist view / Rudi Supek -- Titoism and Eurocommunism / R.V. Burks -- Eurocommunism and its influence on the Social Democratic Party in West Germany / Peter C. Ludz -- French communism / Bernard E. Brown -- Pages: Ernest Mandel's book is a study of Eurocommunism unlike any other. Written in the polemical tradition of Trotsky, its sweep extends well beyond the immediate prospects of the Communist Parties of Western Europe. Mandel traces the long historical p. book review Carl Boggs and David Plotke, Editors The Politics of Eurocommunism: Socialism in Transition JOHN HORTON The Politics of Eurocommunism: Socialism in Transition Edited by Carl Boggs and David Plotke Boston: South End Press, , pp., $ In the United States, social democrats who call themselves "democratic socialists" have.