‘The voice speaking, desired, awaited’: Jack Lindsay’s 1649, textual form and communist historiography

Twentieth Century Communism - ISSN 1758-6437
Volume 2017 Number 12

‘The voice speaking, desired, awaited’: Jack Lindsay’s 1649, textual form and communist historiography
Elinor Taylor, pages -

Abstract

The Popular Front period in Britain witnessed an unprecedented engagement between intellectuals and leftist politics. The address delivered by the Comintern’s general secretary Georgi Dimitrov at the Seventh Congress articulated the key elements of the new Popular Front line: an analysis of fascism as the strategy of a section of the bourgeoisie (leaving open the possibility of alliance with other bourgeois elements), a demand for unity, and the assertion of the importance of working, as Kevin Morgan puts it, ‘with the grain of mass culture’ in communists’ own countries.

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Elinor Taylor (2017) ‘The voice speaking, desired, awaited’: Jack Lindsay’s 1649, textual form and communist historiography, Twentieth Century Communism, 2017(12), -

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