The French Communist Party in the Fifth Republic

כריכה קדמית
This up-to-date new analysis of the French Communist Party reveals it as an entirely unconventional political force: not a normal party vying for office, but a Leninist bureaucracy armed with an apocalyptic mission to deliver humanity from capitalism. Its interests have been defined as part of an outpost of a world revolutionary movement; and whilst its strategies may have varied, they have done so in order to serve Soviet foreign policy purposes. D. S. Bell and Byron Criddle trace the history of the Communist Party in France from its origins. They focus in particular on the period since 1958 and explore the Party's unique organizational structures and international loyalties. They examine structure and ideology, relations with the Socialist Party, electoral performance, and the 1980s decline in the Party's fortunes. This study will be essential reading for all students of contemporary French history and politics.
 

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Origins of the Party
55
19201956
63
19561972
82
19721993
99
The Transmission Belt
127
French Communism and the USSR
149
Communists and Socialists
166
Voters Members and Leaders
187
Decline
217
Biographies
231
Select Bibliography
247
Index
267
127
275
217
284
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מידע על המחבר (1994)

D. S. Bell is a Senior Lecturer in Politics at University of Leeds. Byron Criddle is a Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Aberdeen.

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