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Communism and Democracy

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Lenin on Socialist Democracy

Author : Владимир Ильич Ленин
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Socialist Democracy in Its Effect on the Whole Development and Social Life of Yugoslavia

Author : Edvard Kardelj
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On Socialist Democracy and the Chinese Legal System

Author : Yizhe Li
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First published in 1985. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Socialist Democracy in Romania

Author : Nicolae Ceaușescu
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A History of Socialist Thought Communism and social democracy 1914 1931 2 v

Author : George Douglas Howard Cole
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Poland

Author : J. Posadas
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The New Soviet Constitution

Author : Anna Louise Strong
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Marxism and Democracy in Chile

Author : Julio Faúndez
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In this book Julio Faúndez traces the development of Chilean politics from 1932 to the overthrow of Allende in 1973, focusing in particular on the participation of Marxist parties in Chile's democratic government. Relating the various phases in the evolution of the political system to the concrete problems that had to be faced, Faúndez discusses how class alliances, political mobilization, and the role of organized labor affected developments in the country. His book adds an important new perspective to a perennial topic of debate among politicians and political scientists worldwide.

The Press and the Decline of Democracy

Author : Robert G. Picard
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The author discusses the role of economic concentration in limiting public access to information and reducing opportunities for public discourse. Picard examines the government policies that have contributed to the erosion of democratic participation and have permitted the growth of large commercial press entities, unobstructed by anti-trust provisions. He relates recent public policy responses to this problem to democratic socialist ideology and develops a social-democratic theory of the press which draws upon ideas and policies found throughout the Western world. Picard provides a democratic framework for understanding the changing nature of media economics and state-press relations and offers proposals for achieving both a democratically functioning press and broader popular participation.