Communism and the politics of development; persistent myths and changing behavior [by] John H. Kautsky.

New York, Wiley [1968] .

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Subjects Communism -- Developing countries.
Developing countries.
Inde. Parti communisme.
Pays en voie de deĢveloppement. Economie.
Politique internationale. Tiers monde.
Description vii, 216 pages illustrations 23 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The new strategy of international communism -- The postwar development of Indian Communist Party strategy -- Neo-Maoism, Marxism and Leninism -- From proletarianism to modernizing movement -- The Chinese and Soviet views of communism in underdeveloped countries -- Myth, self-fulfilling prophecy, and symbolic reassurance in the East-West conflict -- Soviet policy in the underdeveloped countries : changing behavior and persistent symbols -- Patterns of elite succession in the process of development -- The appeal of communist models in underdeveloped countries -- Communism and economic development /John H. Kautsky, Roger W. Benjamin.
Geographic Area Developing countries
Network Numbers (OCoLC)385890
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WorldCat Identities Kautsky, John H., 1922-
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