2 edition of Stalinism found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Nick Lampert and Gábor T. Rittersporn|
|Contributions||Lewin, Moshe, 1921-, Lampert, Nicholas, Rittersporn, Gábor Tamás, 1948-, University of Birmingham. Centre for Russian and East European Studies|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 291 p. :|
|Number of Pages||291|
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Stalinism and its origins became a hot political issue in the last days of the Soviet Union and remains a question of abiding importance and concern for those interested in Russian affairs.
The aim of this book is to survey the literature dealing with Stalinism, provide a rounded analysis of what Stalinism means, and suggest a line of investigation to be pursued if we are to understand the.
Everyday Stalinism: Ordinary Life in Extraordinary Times: Soviet Russia in the s [Sheila Fitzpatrick] on epapersjournal.icu *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Here is a pioneering account of everyday life under Stalin, written by a leading authority on modern Russian history.
Focusing on the urban populationCited by: Neo-Stalinism (Russian: Неосталинизм) is the promotion of positive views of Joseph Stalin's role in history, the partial re-establishing of Stalin's policies on certain issues and nostalgia for the Stalin epapersjournal.icu-Stalinism overlaps significantly with neo-Sovietism and Soviet epapersjournal.icus definitions of the term have been given over the years.
Stalin and Stalinism: Revised 3rd Edition [Martin Mccauley] on epapersjournal.icu *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. One of the most successful dictators of the twentieth century, Stalin believed that fashioning a better tomorrow was worth sacrificing the lives of millions today.
He built a modern Russia on the corpses of millions of its citizens. First published in Cited by: 1. Jul 05, · The studies contained in this volume are an outgrowth of a conference on Stalinism held in Bellagio, Italy, sponsored by the American Council of Learned epapersjournal.icu his major contribution to this book, Leszek Kolakowski calls Stalinism "a unified state organism facing atom-like individuals."Book Edition: 1st Edition.
Stalinism is a provocative addition to the current debates related Stalinism book the history of the Stalinist period of the Soviet Union. Sheila Fitzpatrick has collected together the newest and the most exciting work by young Russian, American and European scholars, as well as some of the seminal articles that have influenced them, in an attempt to reassess this contentious subject in the light of new.
Feb 27, · In short, to that group of semicircular hills the Bolsheviks brought "the revolution." This book attempts to tell the story of how the revolution came to Magnetic Mountain, and how the inhabitants of the resultant urban center—"Magnetic Mountain City," or Magnitogorsk—took part in the creation of what would come to be known as epapersjournal.icu: University of California Press.
This book comprises 11 essays on Stalinism by both eminent historians and younger scholars who have conducted research in the newly opened Russian archives.
They discuss both the origins and consequences of Stalinism, and illustrate recent scholarly trends in the field of Soviet history. Communism - Communism - Stalinism: Lenin’s death in left Joseph Stalin, Leon Trotsky, and Nikolay Bukharin as the leaders of the All-Russian Communist Party.
Before he died, Lenin warned his party comrades to beware of Stalin’s ambitions. The warning proved prophetic. Ruthless and cunning, Stalin—born Iosif Djugashvili—seemed intent on living up to his revolutionary surname (which. Book description The internationally distinguished contributors to this landmark volume represent a variety of approaches to the Nazi and Stalinist regimes.
These far-reaching essays provide the raw materials towards a comparative analysis and offer the means to deepen and extend research in the field. Apr 10, · Stalinism as a Way of Life offers a deep look into society, providing a rounded, complex picture of the U.S.S.R. in a turbulent decade."— Ronald Grigor Suny, Department of Political Science, The University of Chicago.
Oct 01, · About the Book. Stalinism for All Seasons is the first comprehensive history of the Romanian Communist Party (RCP). It traces the origins of the once-tiny, clandestine revolutionary organization in the s through the years of national power from to to the post metamorphoses of its members.
May 01, · Beyond Stalinism. DOI link for Beyond Stalinism. Beyond Stalinism book. Communist Political Evolution. Beyond Stalinism. DOI link for Beyond Stalinism. Beyond Stalinism book. Communist Political Evolution. Edited By Ronald J. Hill. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 1 May Pub.
location epapersjournal.icu: Ronald J. Hill. Stalin and Stalinism explores how he ammassed, retained and deployed power to dominate, not only his close associates, Each book in the Seminar Studies series provides a concise and reliable introduction to a wide range of complex historical events and debates, covering topics in British, European, US and world history from the early modern.
‘The Revolution Betrayed’ These four corner-stones of Trotsky’s account of Stalinism remained stable down to his assassination.
It was on them that he erected the major edifice of this study of Soviet society under Stalin: the book entitled Where is Russia Going.
( misleadingly translated as The Revolution Betrayed).In this work, Trotsky presented a panoramic survey of the economic.
Read this book on Questia. The second edition of a best-selling pamphlet, Stalin and Stalinism has been fully updated to take in new debates and controversies which have emerged since the collapse of the Soviet epapersjournal.icuering the ways in which Stalin's legacy still affects attitudes in and towards post-Soviet Russia, Stalin and Stalinism examines Stalin's ambiguous personal and political.
‘Here we see that the writer assigns historical superiority to socialism, cleansed of all traces of Stalinism.’ ‘The book presented here is therefore an important document of the fight of the Marxist opposition against Stalinism.’ ‘When a Marxist uses the term Stalinism it has a specific meaning.’.
In Sheila Fitzpatrick’s Everyday Stalinism: Ordinary Life in Extraordinary Times: Soviet Russia in the s, we are given a world of knowledge surrounding how Post-Revolutionary Russia was an ever-changing epapersjournal.icu all, “This was an age of utopianism.”Many Russians felt that Communism could be the answer to their prayers.
Unfortunately for many, life under Stalin was one full of. Feb 01, · About the Book. This study is the first of its kind: a street-level inside account of what Stalinism meant to the masses of ordinary people who lived it.
Stephen Kotkin was the first American in 45 years to be allowed into Magnitogorsk, a city built in response to Stalin's decision to transform the predominantly agricultural nation into a. “Everyday Stalinism” may seem like an oxymoron, but life did go on even in those terrible circumstances, and it is the virtue of this book that it attempts to understand what life was like for ordinary people.
Since this is an account of urban life, the killing of millions of peasants, dealt with by Fitzpatrick (Modern Russian History/Univ. of Chicago) in her earlier Stalin’s Peasants Author: Sheila Fitzpatrick. Stalinism refers to the political system under Joseph Stalin, including ideology and state administration.A secret history of those days is contained in the Mitrokin Archives.
Lazar Kaganovich, a Soviet politician, coined the term. ReferencesConcepts: Stalinism, Neo-Stalinism, Socialism in. The answer presented in this book is that only Marxism can account for the remarkable turnabout in the Stalinist system. Only Marxism can probe to the roots of what makes these societies function as they do: the struggle between the exploited producing classes and the ruling class.
Only Marxism could foresee Stalinism’s inevitable decay. About this book Social historians, in particular, have focused their attention on the social dynamics of Stalinism. This collection of essays is based on a conference held at the School of Slavonic & East European Studies, the University of London, on 'Stalin and Stalinism'.
Bringing together a wealth of historical documents, memoirs, essays, and literature from Eastern Europe, this highly successful book vividly illustrates how the most original and challenging minds of the region have understood and reacted to Stanlinism and its successors since the end of the Second World War, ultimately showing how Eastern Europeans have made the journey from Stalinism to a.
eager to argue that Stalinism is the inevitable issue of Leninism and Marxism, and uses Stalinism as a stick to beat Marxism. The other, a no less compulsive apology for Marxism, ingenuously denies any connection at all between Marxism-Leninism and Stalinism, even though all Stalinists were proud to call themselves both.
After tackling the Great Wall and the Opium Wars, your latest book is a global history of Maoism, an ideology that seemed to have been abandoned in China after Mao’s death inonly to emerge resurgent in recent epapersjournal.icu exactly is Maoism visible (or hidden under the surface) in China’s new political ideologies today.
I argue that Mao was never purged from Chinese politics. Sep 28, · His latest book, Forgotten Bastards of the Eastern Front, The Americans didn’t object to socialism, they objected to Stalinism: the surveillance, the secrecy, the lack of ability to say what. Get this from a library. Stalinism.
[Graeme J Gill] -- Part of a series on important themes and episodes in European history since the 16th century, this study aims to provide a rounded analysis of what Stalinism means and suggests the line of analysis.
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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Deals with the period of takeover and of ‘high Stalinism’ in Eastern Europe (–). These years are considered to be fundamentally characterized by institutional and ideological transfers based upon the premise of radical transformism and of cultural epapersjournal.icu by: The Biopolitics of Stalinism Ideology and Life in Soviet Socialism.
First Edition. Sergei Prozorov. Published by Edinburgh University Press. The first book to investigate Soviet socialism from a. This book is an exploration of the everyday and the extraordinary in Stalin’s Russia and how they interacted.
It describes the ways in which Soviet citizens tried to live ordinary lives in the extraordinary circumstances of Stalinism. It presents a portrait of an emerging social species, Homo Sovieticus, for which Stalinism was the native.
Apr 13, · Marxism uses the Hegelian framework of historical development and establishes materialism and class conflict as the driving force of this development. To put it simply, history consists of a ruling class which commands the means of production and. Dec 29, · In his review of my book Before Stalinism: The Rise and Fall of Soviet Democracy in Jacobin, John Marot not only disregards most of the material I cover in the book, but exclusively focuses on the issue of Lenin’s New Economic Policy (NEP).
Marot’s argument is that the NEP — a policy that provided economic freedom to peasants and small traders — was the alternative to Stalinism. The Life and Death of Stalinism A Resurrection of Marxist Theory by Walter Daum The Marxist analysis of Stalinism that makes today’s events understandable and shows the working-class way forward.
$15 from Socialist Voice Publishing, P.O. BoxMurray Hill Station, New York, NY Read this book on Questia. Read the full-text online edition of Stalin and Stalinism (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Stalin and Stalinism. Stalin and Stalinism. By Martin McCauley. No cover image.
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Stalinist Society offers a fresh analytical overview of the complex social formation ruled over by Stalin and his henchmen from the late s to the early s.
Drawing on declassified archival materials, interviews with former Soviet citizens, old and new memoirs, and personal diaries, as well as the best of sixty years of scholarship, this book offers a non-reductionist account of social. May 28, · "A fine crossover book for both upperlevel and introductory epapersjournal.icu written."—Roger W.
Haughey, Georgetown University "Everyday Stalinism should prove invaluable for any course on Soviet history. Knowing how a nation's people actually lived, thought, and felt is essential to any real understanding of the past.4/5.
Contending with Stalinism employs the idea of resistance as a tool to explore what otherwise would remain opaque features of the social, cultural, and political history of the s. In the process, the authors reveal a semi-autonomous world residing within and beyond the official world of Stalinism.