Eurocomunismo y Estado

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Eurocomunismo y Estado

By Santiago Carrillo
Editorial Crítica, 1977
218 pp.

The Spanish Communist leader's exposition of Eurocommunism as an autonomous strategic concept born of particular experience and concrete reality and still in the process of elaboration. Reading it leaves one in no doubt as to why Moscow felt compelled to denounce Carrillo. But neither are non-Marxists likely to derive much comfort from his analysis and prescriptions.

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