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Marxism Fascism and Totalitarianism Chapters in the Intellectual History of RadicalismNism Gregor is able to follow all of the developments in Marxist thought through the late 19th and early 20th century to show how very little Leninism and Stalinism reflected orthodox Marxist ideology His treatment of the subject is certainly biased but only because the results of totalitarianism in the 20th century have been utterly devastating A lesson we
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Apter at a similar account for the Nazi party but this is left undeveloped Some of the obscure names and uarrels I recognize from Kolakowski s Main Currents of Marxism but ultimately I think the author didn t need to include some of that tangential but ultimately I think the author didn t need to include some of that tangential Mussolini and Lenin came out of heterodox Marxist traditions Mussolini through Sorel the syndicalists and some specifically Mussolini and Lenin came out of heterodox Marxist traditions Mussolini through Sorel the syndicalists and some specifically intellectual developments Lenin being sui generis They exhibit an essentially homologous development as their Marxist philosophies both adapt to political reality by emphasizing international as opposed At makes it difficult to understand how totalitarian political institutions could arise out of presumably diametrically opposed political IDEOLOGIES MARXISM FASCISM AND TOTALITARIANISM THUS Marxism Fascism and Totalitarianism thus to explain the common features of 'left wing' and 'right wing' regimes in the twentieth centu. This book provides a clever insight into how the heterodox interpretation and adherence to philosophical political ideological thought can result in almost predictable sets of bastardisations that are less abstracted than the demonisations that disenfranchise us from best addressing the serious conseuences that may follow Mapping a clear historical narrative of thought making when it diverges "how it is adopted is of great importance Thoroughly researched with tremendous analysis documenting the rise of Marxism "it is adopted is of great importance Thoroughly researched with tremendous analysis documenting the rise of Marxism and evolution into national socialism Fascism and ultimately totalitaria. This work traces the changes in classical Marxism the Marxism of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels that took place after the death of its founders It outlines the variants that appeared around the turn of the twentieth century one of which was to be of influence among the followers of be of influence among the followers of