10 edition of American communism in crisis, 1943-1957 found in the catalog.
American communism in crisis, 1943-1957
Joseph R. Starobin
Bibliography: p. -322.
|Statement||[by] Joseph R. Starobin.|
|LC Classifications||JK2391.C5 S67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 331 p.|
|Number of Pages||331|
|LC Control Number||79172326|
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American Communism in Crisis, will interest not only history-minded readers but also anyone concerned today with social change. The book has much to say to the new left-giving historical material necessary for an understanding of its past and its : Joseph R.
Starobin. American Communism in Crisis, – will interest not only history-minded readers but also anyone concerned today with social change. The book has much American communism in crisis say to the new left—giving historical material necessary for an understanding of its past and its potential.
Get this from a library. American communism in crisis, [Joseph R Starobin]. In the American Communist Party was a large, politically influential, broadly based movement.
In it was a small, weak, and isolated political sect. The Party's decline in the intervening Cold War years is the subject of this book -- an analysis of a major radical movement that touched millions of Americans and pervaded many aspects of American life.
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American Communism in Crisis, Author: Joseph R. Starobin. A witness to the decline of the American Communist Party frommembership to a witchhunted group of perhaps a tenth the size, Starobin the Foreign Editor of the Daily Worker for many of these years hypothesizes that the debacle stemmed primarily from a postwar sectarian turn away from the Democratic Party.
To this he adds the CP's shabby. Browder kept his radio and code book a secret from his party's politburo and central committee.
Thus, former Communist Joseph R. Starobin, in American Communism in Crisis:1 can honestly maintain that the CP was not under any direct orders from Moscow. Through his knowledge of the international Communist world and the USSR's role within it, Jaffe is in a. American communism in crisis, by Starobin, Joseph R.
(Joseph Robert), Publication date Topics Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for Pages: Most American readers will prob ably find Joseph Starobin's “Ameri can Communism in Crisis, ‐ ” like some exercise in Byzan tine exegetics made weirdly familiar by references to.