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The origins of Chinese Communism

Author: Arif Dirlik
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1989.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In this study of the origins of Chinese communism, Arif Dirlik offers a revisionist account of the introduction and triumph of Marxism in China.

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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Arif Dirlik
ISBN: 0195054539 9780195054538 0195054547 9780195054545
OCLC Number: 18019237
Description: xiv, 315 pages, [16] pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Perspectives and perceptions : May fourth socialism and the origins of Communism in China --
A revolution perceived : the October revolution through Chinese eyes --
The October revolution and Marxism in China : the case of Li Dazhao --
Social consciousness and socialism : class, society, and social revolution in May fourth thought --
Radical culture and social activism : anarchism in May fourth radicalism --
The language of class : Marxism in May fourth socialism --
Corporatist resolutions : class politics without class struggle --
May fourth radicalism at a crossroads : study societies, communes, and the search for social revolution --
The comintern and the organization of communism in China --
The parting of the ways : the ideological emergence of communism --
Paths to the future : communist organization and Marxist ideology.
Responsibility: Arif Dirlik.
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'highly scholarly and original study of the beginning of Chinese Communism ... a fine example of historical analysis' Times Literary Supplement 'a scholarly reinterpretation of the introduction of Read more...

 
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