This study consists of a comprehensive examination of Communist policies toward rural populations and indigenous societies in a cross-section of developing Third World states. It explores the universal threads and national adaptations of Communist or Marxist-Leninist theory and praxis.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Communism and the Fourth World Part One: Communist Theory and History 1. Marxism, Leninism, and Soviet Policy 2. Third World Communism Part Two: Communist Insurgencies 3. El Salvador 4. Guatemala 5. The Philippines Part Three: Communist Regimes 6. Vietnam 7. Kampuchea 8. Afghanistan 9. Ethiopia Part Four: Communist Perspectives 10. International Impact