Twentieth Century Communism Volume 2011 Issue 3

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1968 and after - between crisis and opportunity


Introduction: 1968 and after – between crisis and opportunity, pages ‑
Richard Cross Free to download

‘Rejecting all adventurism’: The Italian Communist Party and the movements of 1972-9, pages ‑
Phil Edwards

‘1968’ and the formation of the feminist subject, pages ‑
Brigitte Studer

Still a ‘Spanish Red’? The communist past and national identity in the writing of Jorge Semprún, pages ‑
Stephen Hopkins

The Portuguese Communist Party and the labour movement in the beginning of the Carnation Revolution, pages ‑
Raquel Varela

The Socialist Unity Party of Germany’s bizarre relationship with the Greek Communist Party in the period 1968-1989, pages ‑
Andreas Stergiou

De Gaulle, Ceausescu and May 1968, pages ‑
Gavin Bowd

Moscow-Havana-Prague: recollections of a communist foreign correspondent, pages ‑
Sam Russell

The rise and decline of communism in South Asia: a review essay, pages ‑
Sobhanlal Gupta Free to download

Recent historiography of the People’s Republic of China, 1949-46, pages ‑
Stephen Smith

Book reviews, pages ‑
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