International Communism and the Cult of the Individual
Leaders, Tribunes and Martyrs under Lenin and Stalin
«“Kevin Morgan has provided us with a masterful analysis of these cults of the individual in international communism between the 1920s and 1956. His history is also an explicitly transnational and comparative one, and he succeeds admirably in demonstrating how valuable such a perspective is in understanding both commonalities and differences in the communist movements of the world. … this book on international communism has a distinct Western-centric focus.” (Stefan Berger, Moving the Social, Vol. 62, 2019)<br />“Kevin Morgan has performed an inestimable service for students of international communism. … as a study of non-Soviet communism, Morgan’s book is excellent. Now that it has been published, one cannot claim to understand communism outside the Soviet Union without having read it and incorporated into one’s own analysis of the phenomenon the many insights it thankfully contains.” (Jay Bergman, English Historical Review HER, Vol. 135(564), October, 2018)<br /><br />“This is a work of con»
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Forlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: 21 x 15 cm