History Of The International: World Socialism 1943-1968
The third and final volume of the History of the International concludes the history of the first century of the International. It discusses the expectations of Socialist and Communist parties, the Sovietizing of Eastern Europe, founding of the Cominform, and spread of Socialism.
Table of Contents
Part One: The Destiny of Socialism Introduction 1. The British Labour Initiative 2. Socialists and Communists in France 3. Unity and Division in the Italian Socialist Movement 4. The Problem of Unification in the German Labour Movement 5. The Origins of the 'Cold War' Part Two: The Reopening of the Split 6. The Revival of the International 7. The Founding of the Cominform 8. The Reconstitution of the Socialist International Part Three: Socialism and Communism in Asia 9. Oriental Key Positions in the World Revolution 10. Bolshevism and Social Democracy in India 11. Hindu and Buddhist Socialism 12. Socialist and Communist Movements in Buddhist Countries 13. Islamic Socialism and Marxism in Indonesia 14. Socialism and Communism in Japan 15. The Chinese Revolution 16. Socialism in Israel 17. The Asian Socialist Conference Part Four: The Moral Crisis of Communism 18. Yugoslavia's Revolt against Moscow's Hegemony 19. The Insurrection in East Berlin 20. The Dethronement of Stalin 21. Poland's October 22. The Tragedy of the Hungarian Revolution 23. The Spring of Prague' 24. Peking's Break with Moscow Part Five: The First Hundred Years 25. Destiny of a Vision