Twentieth Century Communism 3: 1968 and after – between crisis and opportunity

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Publication date: May 1, 2011

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Introduction: 1968 and after – between crisis and opportunity (Twentieth Century Communism 3, 2011)

Richard Cross

‘Rejecting all adventurism’: The Italian Communist Party and the movements of 1972-9 (Twentieth Century Communism 3, 2011)

Phil Edwards

‘1968’ and the formation of the feminist subject (Twentieth Century Communism 3, 2011)

Brigitte Studer

Still a ‘Spanish Red’? The communist past and national identity in the writing of Jorge Semprún (Twentieth Century Communism 3, 2011)

Stephen Hopkins

The Portuguese Communist Party and the labour movement in the beginning of the Carnation Revolution (Twentieth Century Communism 3, 2011)

Raquel Varela

The Socialist Unity Party of Germany’s bizarre relationship with the Greek Communist Party in the period 1968-1989 (Twentieth Century Communism 3, 2011)

Andreas Stergiou

De Gaulle, Ceausescu and May 1968 (Twentieth Century Communism 3, 2011)

Gavin Bowd

Moscow-Havana-Prague: recollections of a communist foreign correspondent (Twentieth Century Communism 3, 2011)

Sam Russell

The rise and decline of communism in South Asia: a review essay (Twentieth Century Communism 3, 2011)

Sobhanlal Gupta

Recent historiography of the People’s Republic of China, 1949-46 (Twentieth Century Communism 3, 2011)

Stephen Smith

Book reviews (Twentieth Century Communism 3, 2011)

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