Nationalism and Communism
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This book, first published in 1964, collects a number of essays united by the general theme of national and social revolution. They examine features of revolutionary movements, and, particularly, revolutionary leadership in an analysis of the social conditions and personal motives which impel men towards forming revolutionary elites.
Table of Contents
Part 1. Twentieth-Century History 1. Nationalism and Multi-National Empires 2. Twentieth-Century Revolutions 3. Industrialization and Revolution 4. Russian Revolutionaries 5. Hitler’s Revolution Part 2. Eastern Europe after the War 6. The Danube States in 1946 7. Czechoslovakia in 1947 8. Greece in 1948 Part 3. Communism in Eastern Europe 9. The Hungarian Tragedy 10. The East European Communist Parties, 1944–58 11. Five Years after the Hungarian Revolution Part 4. International Problems 12. Soviet Foreign Policy on the Eve of the Summit 13. The ‘National Bourgeoisie’ in Soviet Strategy 14. The Great Schism 15. Commonwealth, Common Market, Common Sense