Moscow and the Communist Party of India

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Moscow and the Communist Party of India

By John H. Kautsky
Technology Press; and New York: Wiley, 1956
220 pp. $6.00

An able study in which the author uses the Indian Communist Party as a case history of shifts in the international Communist line since 1945. Tracing the course of three strategies--"right," "left" and "neo-Maoist"--he concludes with an estimate of the extent and means of Moscow's control over local Communist Parties.

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