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Comintern and peasant in East Europe
George D. Jackson
Bibliography: p. -328.
|Statement||[by] George D. Jackson, Jr.|
|Series||East Central European studies of Columbia University|
|LC Classifications||HD585 .J29|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 339 p.|
|Number of Pages||339|
|LC Control Number||66015489|
Abstract. Historians, with some exceptions, 1 have not so far attempted to compare the communist parties of Eastern, or East Central, Europe. 2 Instead, they have for understandable reasons concentrated on individual countries. Even E. H. Carr’s great multi-volume work on the history of the Bolshevik Revolution and Soviet Russia divides its treatment of communist parties into separate Author: Ben Fowkes. From the Congress of the Peoples of the East in it sought to mobilize an anti-imperialist revolt transcending the labor-capital clash and indeed it found a new “East” in Latin America. Among its many bureaus covering groups of countries, the Comintern’s structures for Latin America were rare in uniting Communists across a whole. The collection under review contains Comintern documents in Russian, German and English put together by John Riddell from to He is the key figure of the “Comintern Publishing Project”, a team of socialist researchers who have taken up the mammoth task of making available the Comintern’s wide-ranging engagements.
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Jackson (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ Cited by: The Peasant International (Russian: Крестьянский Интернационал), known most commonly by its Russian abbreviation Krestintern (Крестинтерн), was an international peasants' organization formed by the Communist International in October The organization attempted to achieve united front relations with radical peasant parties in Eastern Europe and Asia Abbreviation: Krestintern.
The Research Institutes and worked for the International and later were moved to the International Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, founded at roughly the same time that the Comintern was abolished inalthough its specific duties during the first several years of its existence are Founder: Vladimir Lenin.
The Comintern and the German Communist Party. PART ONE: How did we end up with the organizational model called Marxism-Leninism, or alternately, democratic centralism.
The tendency has been to assume that there is an unbroken line between the small, sectarian groups of today and the Bolshevik Party of the turn of the century. Abstract. Throughout the existence of the Communist International its influence in East Asia was mediated on the one hand by the context of colonialism and the anti-colonial nationalist movements which emerged during the period, and on the other by the predominance of the rural by: 2.
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JACKSON, JR. Treats the early years of the conflict between agrarians and Communists for the allegiance of the peasants in East European countries after the First World War. The author traces the formulation of Comintern policy toward peasant and peasant parties, and offers insights.