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Revolution; a reader.

Author: Bruce Mazlish; Arthur D Kaledin; David B Ralston
Publisher: New York, Macmillan [1971]
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Genre/Form: Case studies
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Mazlish, Bruce, 1923-
Revolution; a reader.
New York, Macmillan [1971]
(OCoLC)643619471
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce Mazlish; Arthur D Kaledin; David B Ralston
OCLC Number: 132175
Description: ix, 533 pages 24 cm
Contents: Part 1. Revolution in the twentieth century: general perspectives --
"Emergence of the concept of revolution" from Der Neuzeitliche Revolutionsbegriff / Karl Griewank --
"On the etiology of internal wars" from History and theory / Harry Eckstein --
"Theories of revolution" from World politics / Lawrence Stone --
"The concept of ideology" from History and theory / George Lichtheim --
"The study of elites: who's who, when and how" from World politics / Dankwart A. Rustow. Part 2. The Russian revolution --
"The nature of Imperial Russian society" from Slavic review / Cyril Black --
"What is the intelligentsia?" from Daedalus / Martin Malia --
"The Russian populists" from Introduction to Franco Venturi's The roots of revolution / Isaiah Berlin --
"What is to be done" from What is to be done? / V.I. Lenin --
"The proletariat and the peasantry" from The history of the Russian Revolution / Leon Trotsky --
"The Mensheviks" from Problems of Communism / Israel Getzler --
"Was Stalin really necessary?" from Encounter / Alec Nove --
"Evolution of the U.S.S.R.: two paths" from Problems of Communism / Zbigniew Brzezinski. Part 3. The Chinese revolution --
"The origins of the Chinese revolution" from The revolution in China / Charles P. Fitzgerald --
"The intelligentsia in Communist China" from Daedalus / Benjamin Schwartz --
"Report on an investigation of the peasant movement in Hunan, March 1927" from Collected works of Mao Tse-Tung / Mao Tse-Tung --
"The Chinese revolution and the Chinese Communist Party, December 1939" from Collected works of Mao Tse-Tung / Mao Tse-Tung --
"Mao: the man and his doctrines" from Problems of Communism / Stuart R. Schramm --
"Peasant nationalism in China" from Peasant nationalism and communist power / Chalmers A. Johnson --
"From revolution to restoration: the transformation of Kuomintang ideology" from The Far Eastern quarterly / Mary C. Wright --
"The pursuit of purity: Mao's cultural revolution" from Problems of communism / Richard M. Pfeffer --
"Long live the victory of People's war" from Speech in fall of 1965, on the twentieth anniversary of the defeat of Japan / Lin Piao. Part 4. The Cuban revolution --
"History will absolve me" from The political, economic, and social thought of Fidel Castro / Fidel Castro --
"The Cuban revolution: an analysis" from Problems of communism / Boris Goldenberg --
"Notes for the study of the ideology of the Cuban Revolution" from Studies on the left / Ernesto "Che" Guevara --
"Socialism and man in Cuba" from Che: selected works of Ernesto Guevera / Ernest "Che" Guevera --
"The legacy of Che Guevera" from Commentary / Norman Gall --
"Counterrevolutionary America" from Commentary / Robert L. Heilbroner. Part 5. The National Socialist revolution --
The Third Reich and its social promises" from Hitler's social revolution / David Schoenbaum --
"The National Socialist revolution" from Reichstag speech of January 30, 1937 / Adolf Hitler --
"The origins and political character of Nazi ideology" from The political science quarterly / Hajo Holborn --
"The nature of Nazi revolution" from The revolution of nihilism / Herman Rauschning --
"National Socialist Germany and the social revolution" from Society and democracy in Germany / Ralf Dahrendorf --
"The 'Isms' in totalitarianism" from The American political science review / Alexander J. Groth.
Responsibility: Edited by Bruce Mazlish, Arthur D. Kaledin [and] David B. Ralston.

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