1 edition of Comparative communist political leadership found in the catalog.
Comparative communist political leadership
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||(by) Carl Beck ... [et al.].|
|Series||Comparative studies of political life|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 319 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||319|
József Lengyel actually got involved with communism early, as one of the founding members of the Hungarian Communist Party in The Hungarian government at the time persecuted him for this, and he eventually escaped and went to live in Moscow. He ran into trouble with the Soviets as well and in , they sent him to a gulag. "Political Elites and Political Leadership: Conceptual Problems and Selected Hypotheses for Comparative Research." Indian Journal of Politics 7: - Google Scholar.
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Open in its political sympathies to the Communist experiment in China, but lucid. Starting from the very earliest era of the Communist movement before when it counted only a handful of followers in Republican China, this book covers the development of the Communist Party until the victory of the Red Army over the Nationalists in Yet the Soviet communist party was surprised by many of the realities of power: by the USSR's dire international political and domestic economic situation in the early s, and by .
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The comparative study of political leadership in Communist systems --System attributes and career attributes: the Soviet leadership system, to --Leadership attributes in Eastern Europe: the effect of county and time --The Chinese Communist political elite: continuity and innovation --Attitudinal cleavages within the Soviet political.
Sujian Guo states in his book Chinese Politics in Comparative Communist Systems, “The existence of the party-state and the blending of the political and administrative functions is one of the distinctive characteristics of the communist system world wide” (Guo 9).
These “Party-State Relations” occur in all communist countries. Leadership in East European Communism, is essential reading for students of comparative politics and the politics of East European socialist countries and the Soviet Union.
Read more Read lessAuthor: R. Barry Farrell. Abstract. Communist states are a relatively recent phenomenon. When the First World War broke out in there were none at all. For many years after the Russian Revolution of there were only three, the USSR itself and two Asian outposts, Mongolia and Tuva; and as late as the end of the Second World War there were only five such states, located for the most part in Eastern Europe Author: Stephen White, John Gardner, George Schöpflin, Tony Saich.
5 Odom, William E., “ A Dissenting View on the Group Approach to Soviet Politics,” World Politics 28 (July ), –67; Janos, Andrew C., “Group Politics in Communist Society: A Second Look at the Pluralistic Model,” in Huntington, Samuel P.
and Moore, Clement H., eds., Authoritarian Politics in Modern Society (New York: Basic Books, ), –50; McGrath, Bill and McInnis Cited by: In the first period, before the revolu- tion had succeeded, the primary task was to mobilize the population to support the cause of revolution. The second period represents the I I.
William A. Welsh, "Introduction to the Comparative Study of Political Leadership in Communist Systems," in Beck, op. cir., pp. Twenty Years After Communism is concerned with the explosion of a politics of memory triggered by the fall of state socialism in Eastern Europe, and it takes a comparative look at the ways that communism and its demise have been commemorated (or not commemorated) by major political actors across the region.
The book is built on three premises. On October 1,the People's Republic of China (PRC) celebrated the 60th anniversary of its founding. And what an eventful and tumultuous six decades it had been. During that time, under the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), China was transformed from one of the world's poorest countries into the world's fastest growing major economy, and from a weak state barely able to.
Globalization and Politics, Global Civil Society, Regional politico-economic integration and organizational structure of the European Union, SARRC, ECO, International Financial Regimes IMF and WTO Part-B (70 Marks) III.
Comparative and Analytical Study of the Political Systems: Political system of Turkey, Iran, Malaysia, India and China IV. Initial Examination," Studies in Comparative Communism 12 (Summer/Autumn ), ; Jacek Tarkowski, "Poland: Patrons and Clients in a Planned Economy," in S.
Eisenstadt and Rene Lemarchand, eds., Political Clientelism, Patronage and Development. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xii. PDF. Introduction: The Comparative Study of Communist Politics.
Introduction: The Comparative Study of Communist Politics. Stephen White, Daniel Nelson. Pages Historical Origins. Front Matter. Pages PDF. The Communist. Communist Political Systems established itself as a—in the view of many the—standard introduction to comparative communism within months of its publication in In that the book was up-to-date, organized predominantly by theme (i.e.
rather than by country) and written by a small team of authors rather than being an edited collection. Ideology and Organization in Communist China is a book by the American sociologist and sinologist Franz Schurmann that offers a sociological analysis of the Chinese Communist revolution It was first published by University of California Press inthen in enlarged editions in and Schurmann used the sociological tools developed by Max Weber to analyze Mao Zedong's.
"advanced" democracies, communist and post communist countries, and newly industrialized and less developed nations. This book includes review materials for all six countries.
WHAT IS COMPARATIVE POLITICS. Most people understand that the term government is a reference to the leadership and institutions that make policy decisions for the country. This very fine and thoroughly researched book will be of great interest to scholars of political leadership and of communist and fascist movements.
Not only are its case studies superbly conducted; it offers a conceptual framework that can be adapted and applied to many movements and leaders who are beyond the remit of the book itself. The history of the CPUSA is closely related to the American labor movement and communist parties worldwide.
Initially operating underground due to the Palmer Raids starting in the First Red Scare, the party was influential in American politics in the first half of the 20th century and played a prominent role in the labor movement from the s through the s, becoming known for opposing.
Yearbook on International Communist Affairs is a series of 25 books published annually between andwhich chronicle the activities of communist parties throughout the world.
It was published by the Hoover Institution Press, Stanford University. Richard F. Staar served as its editor in chief for most of its editions. The Yearbook was widely regarded as an objective, comprehensive.
I believe it’s because Communist party leaders fundamentally just see women’s roles as being wives and mothers.” Teaching Comparative blog entries are indexed. Use the search box to look for country names or concept labels attached to each entry.
Contact. American Enterprise Institute Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC Main telephone: Main fax: Comparative politics means comparing the political systems of different states. Comparative politics is as old as political theory. Aristotle is regarded as the father of comparative politics.
He studied constitutions and gave the classification of constitutions. Comparative politics can be. of Comparative Communist Political Leadership, and contributor to a book edited by R. Barry Farrell, Political Leadership in the USSR and Eastern Europe, all of which will be published this year.
Michael C. Hudson, Associate Professor of Political Science at Brooklyn College of The City University of New York, is the author of The Precarious.The political history of post China covers a dramatic story that has seen the nation develop from one of the poorest to become an economic powerhouse and an increasingly influential global player.
The history contains numerous twists and turns as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) sought to find a suitable path for development.The Comparative Study of Communist Political Systems THE INTENT OF THIS ARTICLE is to join in the slowly rising chorus of voices expressing dissatisfaction with the methods used so far in the analy-sis of Communist political systems.
I shall argue, perhaps in rather circui-tous fashion, that political scientists in the West have failed, by and.