Eurocommunism Between East and West

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Eurocommunism Between East and West

Edited by Vernon V. Aspaturian, Jiri Valenta and David P. Bu
Indiana University Press, 1980
373 pp. $32.50

This latecomer to the succession of books on a well-worn subject says little about Eurocommunism in its native Western habitat but gives broad coverage, in 15 essays, on the connections with Eastern Europe and ranging as far as China and Japan, to the significant international dimensions. The authors are competent, the editing is good, and the book a welcome addition to the specialized literature.

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