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Political opposition in one-party States / Edited by Leonard Schapiro
(Studies in comparative politics)

Publisher New York : Wiley
Year [1972]
Codes ID=2000087105 NCID=BA01077591

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Language English
Size 289 p ; 23 cm
Contents Introduction by L. Schapiro
Can the party alone run a one-party State? A discussion
Putting the lid on Leninism, by L. Schapiro
Political power in Yugoslavia, by J. Djordjević
Background to the study of opposition in communist Eastern Europe, by H. G. Skilling
Czechoslovakia, 1938, 1948, and 1968, by H. Seton-Watson
Political change in Czechoslovakia, by A. H. Brown
A communist Rechtsstaat? The case of Yugoslave constitutionalism, by W. M. Fisk
Scientific truth and political authority in the Soviet Union, by D. Holloway
The Albanian political experience, by J. Birch
Controlling dissent in the Soviet Union, by D. E. Powell
The second generation socialism, by Z. Baumann
On totalitarianism, by H. Seton-Watson
In defence of a concept, by C. J. Friedrich
The origins of national communism in Yugoslavia, by P. Auty
Totalitarianism in the doghouse, by L. Schapiro
Notes "A Halsted Press book."
"An anthology of articles and review articles ... which have appeared in Government and opposition since ... 1965."
Includes bibliographical references
Authors *Schapiro, Leonard Bertram, 1908- comp
Uniform title Government and opposition
Subjects LCSH:Communist state -- Addresses, essays, lectures  All Subject Search
LCSH:Government, Resistance to -- Addresses, essays, lectures  All Subject Search
LCSH:Opposition (Political science) -- Addresses, essays, lectures  All Subject Search
Classification LCC:JC474
Vol ISBN:047076533X

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320.1/SCH16 0026291475
047076533X 1972

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