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The Politics of Eurocommunism : socialism in transition / edited by Carl Boggs and David Plotke.

; Plotke, David
1st ed.. Boston : South End Press, [1980] .
ISBN 089608051X, 0896080528, 9780896080522

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Other Authors Boggs, Carl.
Plotke, David.
Subjects Communism -- Europe.
Communism.
Europe.
Description 479 pages ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1980]
©1980
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Part I. Strategic origins and perspectives -- The PCF and the end of the Bolshevik dream / George Ross -- Italian communism at the crossroads / Joanne Barkan -- Spanish communism in transition / Jose Rodriguerz-Ibanez -- Part II. The parties and popular movements -- Democracy and the mass politics of the PCE / Temma Kaplan -- France : The new middle strata and the legacy of the May events / Andrew Feenberg -- Terrorism and the Italian Left / Suzanne Cowan -- Italy : The feminist challenge / Annarita Buttafuoco -- Political ecology and the limits of the communist vision / Louise Beaulieu and JonathanCloud -- Part III. The international setting -- Eurocommunism and the stalemate of European communism / Fred Block -- Eurocommunism and the USSR : End of the Bolshevik tradition in the West / Louis Menashe -- American policy and the Italian Left / Paul Joseph -- Integrating Europe to disintegrate the Left / Diana Johnstone -- Part IV. The prospects of Eurocommmunism -- Eurocommunism and the American Left / David Plotke -- The democratic road : New departures and old problems / Carl Boggs.
Geographic Area Europe, Western
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6528422
(OCoLC)ocm06528422
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