The Red Flag

The Red Flag

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A history of communism from its origins in the aftermath of the French Revolution to the rise and fall of the Soviet Union examines the contributions of such figures as Marx, Lenin and Gorbachev while demonstrating communism's appeal to a range of societies.Oblivious to the sudden change in mass psychology, Kim Il-sung continued in his monotonous, plain and duck-like voice to praise the ... then, was a Soviet puppet, but the Soviets were not interested in micro-management, and left much of the day-to-day administration to ... With Maoa#39;s success from the mid-1930s, Ho learnt from the Chinese experience, distancing himself from the old Moscow template.

Title:The Red Flag
Author: David Priestland
Publisher:Grove Press - 2009

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