The Pattern of Communist Revolution
An Historical Analysis
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This book, first published in 1960, analyses Communism as an aggressive and revolutionary movement. It examines the factors which produce a successful Communist revolution, and which elements the Communists themselves contribute to the revolution. It also looks at the post-Stalin changes to Soviet politics, the events in Hungary in 1956, and the development of Communist influence in Middle Eastern and Latin American spheres.
Table of Contents
1. Europe Before 1914 2. Lenin’s Revolution 3. The Comintern 4. Communism in Russia 1921–1928 5. Communism in Europe 1921–1933 6. Nationalism and Revolution in Asia 7. Communism in Asia 1919–1935 8. Stalin’s Revolution 9. The Popular Front 10. The Nazi–Soviet Pact 11. Communism and the Resistance Movements 12. Stalinism in Russia 13. The Stalinisation of Eastern Europe 14. The Chinese Revolution 15. Communism Outside the Zone 1945–1953 16. Communism, Social Classes and Power 17. Since Stalin: the Communist Regimes 18. Since Stalin: Communism Outside the Zone