The Aging of Communism

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The Aging of Communism

By Robert Wesson
Praeger, 1980
168 pp. $18.95

Give Robert Wesson credit for bold thought and clear argument. He finds the communist world well into its age of decay, with a declining capacity on the part of the ruling parties to rule, with no prospect of a democratic or pluralistic alternative, sliding toward a common destiny with the less promising parts of the Third World. But it may take a long time.

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