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Walker Connor. The National Question in Marxist-Leninist Theory and Strategy.

Biblioteca / 1980-1989

Walker Connor. The National Question in Marxist-Leninist Theory and Strategy.

Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1984.

xvii, 614 páginas.

Contents

INTRODUCTION

THE THEORY

1 – THREE STRANDS OF NATIONALISM IN MARX AND ENGELS

2 – THE NATIONAL QUESTION FROM THE SECOND INTERNATIONAL TO THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION

SELF-DETERMINATION AS STRATAGEM

3 – THE SOVIER PROTOTYPE

4 – MINORITIES AND THE CREATION OF THE CHINESE PEOPLE’S

5 – HIGHLAND PEOPLES IN THE NATIONAL LIBERATION AND CONSOLIDATION OF VIETNAM

6 – THE JOINING OF THE YUGOSLAV NATIONS

7 – STILL OTHER VARIATIONS

The Interwar Period

Self-Determination in the Postwar Environment

THE DIALECTICAL ROAD TO FUSION

8 – NATIONAL IN FROM…

Cultural Equality

Economic Equality

Political Equality

9 – REINFORCEMENT FOR THE FORMS

Language Policy

The Recruiting and Purging of Elites

The Redistribution and Gerrymandering of National Groups

10 – A QUESTION OF TEMPO

The Soviet Union

China

Yugoslavia

Czechoslovakia

Developments Elsewhere

11 – …AND NATIONAL IN CONTENT

Leninism versus Practice

Coercion versus Persuasion

Equality versus Reality and Perceptions of Reality

Form versus Content

THE UNANTICIPATED SYNTHESIS

12 – NATIONALISM WITHIN THE VANGUARD

Keeping the Party Centralized

Keeping the Party’s Membership Free of the Taint of Nationalism

EPILOGUE: THE UNWITHERING NATIONAL QUESTION

BIBLIOGRAPHY