A New Party in Russia

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A New Party in Russia

By P. Malevsky-Malevitch
Routledge, 1928
126 pp. $3.00

The first extended account of the "Europasian movement," which accepts the Russian Revolution as a necessary break with Imperial ("Westernized") Russia, views the rule of Communism ("a Western doctrine") as a phase to be somehow endured, and looks forward to a new order to be based on the moral and religious forces of the Russian masses, strenghtened by new bonds with the civilizations of the East.

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