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Title
World order after Leninism World order after Leninism
Type
Text
Subject
Communist state.
Post-communism.
Political culture--Communist countries.
Political culture--Former communist countries.
Communism.
Language
English
Classification
LCC: JC474 .W67 2006
DDC: 335.43 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2006002428
Table Of Contents
Introduction, Ken Jowitt's universe / Rudra Sil and Marc Morjé Howard
Lenin's century : Bolshevism, Marxism, and the Russian tradition / Vladimir Tismaneanu
Leninist legacy revisited / Marc Morjé Howard
Transition to what? : legacies and reform trajectories after communism / Grigore Pop-Eleches
Institutions and the development of individualism : the case of western Poland after World War II / Tomek Grabowski
Soviet Union as a reign of virtue : Aristotelian and Christian influences on modern Russian ethics and politics / Oleg Kharkhordin
Slobodan Milošević : charismatic leader or plebiscitarian demagogue / Veljko Vujačić
Social dimensions of collectivization : fomenting class struggle in Transylvania / Gail Kligman and Katherine Verdery
Stages of development in authoritarian regimes / Barbara Geddes
From neotraditionalism to neofamilism : responses to "national dependency" in newly industrialized countries / Yong-Chool Ha
Leninism, developmental stages, and transformation : understanding social and institutional change in contemporary China / Calvin Chen
Weber, Jowitt, and the dilemma of social science prediction / Stephen E. Hanson
Evolving significance of Leninism in comparative historical analysis : theorizing the general and the particular / Rudra Sil
Conjuring up a battlefront in the war on terror / Stephen Holmes
Power of imaginative analogy : communism, faith, and leadership / Daniel Chirot.
Authorized Access Point
Tismaneanu, Vladimir. World order after Leninism
Authorized Access Point Variant
Howard, Marc Morjé. World order after Leninism
Sil, Rudra, 1967- World order after Leninism
Jowitt, Kenneth. World order after Leninism