The politics of struggle; the Communist front and political warfare, by James D. Atkinson.


Chicago, H. Regnery Company [1966] .

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Subjects Communist strategy.
Description x, 192 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Part 1: Political Warfare: Its Strategy and Tactics -- 1. Origins of Non-Traditional Warfare -- 2. Soviet Diplomacy and Non-Traditional Warefare -- 3. The Fronts Emerge -- 4. History Intervenes -- Part II: Non-Traditional Warfare: A Cause History -- 5. The Parent Front: The World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU) -- 6. The World Federation of Teachers' Unions (FISE: Federation Internationale Sundicale de l'Enseignment) Takes Shape -- 7. The FISE in Action -- 8. The FISE, Other Fronts, and Soviet Foreign Policy -- Part III: Outlook for Communist Front Organizations -- 9. The Exploitation of Nationalism in Developing Nations -- 10. Emphasis on Africa and Latin America -- 12. The Fronts and the Chinese Communist-soviet Dispute -- 13. Fronts as Proxy Forces in the Cold War.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1646326
(OCoLC)ocm01646326
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