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Communism since World War II / Adam Westoby.

New York : St. Martin's Press, 1981.
ISBN 9780312152772, 0312152779

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Subjects Communism.
Description xiii, 514 pages ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1981.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 478-507) and index.
Contents PART 1: EVENTS 1943-1980 -- Stalin and his Wartime Allies -- Western Spheres of Influence -- The Soviet Union's Western Borders -- Stalin's Last Years 1947-1953 -- The Chinese Revolution -- Containment of Revolution in Asia -- 1956 -- Latin American Communism and the Cuban Revolution -- China asserts her Independence -- Coup in Indonesia 1965 -- Cultural Revolution and After -- Indochina Wars 1954-1979 -- International Role of the Soviet State -- PART 2: THEORIES ABOUT MODERN COMMUNISM -- The Problems of Stalinism -- The Social Character of Communist States -- The Formation of New Communist States since the War.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7572026
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WorldCat Identities Westoby, Adam.
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