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Political legitimation in Communist states

Political legitimation in Communist states

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Published by Macmillan in association with St Antony"s College, Oxford in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Communist state.,
  • Legitimacy of governments.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementedited by T.H. Rigby and Ferenc Fehér.
    SeriesSt. Antony"s/Macmillan series
    ContributionsRigby, T. H. 1925-, Féhér, Ferenc, 1933-, St. Antony"s College.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJC474
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii,177p. ;
    Number of Pages177
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14996763M
    ISBN 100333315111

      The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Anderson and Boettke liken the Soviet economy after to the 16th and 17th century mercantilist states of Europe (such as France under Louis XIV). The Communist rulers handed out monopolies to loyalists. in which a communist dictator’s son and political heir de-socializes a society. FEATURED Book Chapter Organised Crime in - and from - Communist and Post-communist States Read more.

    Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA), also called Communist Party USA, left-wing political party in the United States that was, from its founding in until the latter part of the s, one of the country’s most important leftist organizations. Its membership reached its peak of 85, in , just as America entered World War II; the CPUSA had rallied. The first socialist political party in the United States was the Socialist Labor Party (SLP), formed in and for many years a viable force in the international socialist movement. By the mids, the SLP came under the influence of Daniel De Leon and his radical views led to widespread discontent amongst the members, leading to the formation of the reformist-oriented Socialist Party of.

    A feature of Communist states is the existence of numerous state-sponsored social organizations (trade unions, youth organizations, women's organizations, associations of teachers, writers, journalists and other professionals, consumer cooperatives, sports clubs and so on) which are integrated into the political system. In Communist states, the.   Around communism expanded as a global movement, especially in the developing world, while hitting a crisis of legitimation in Europe. In the Western world the late s saw young people aspiring to revolutionary change that involved both individual liberation and social justice. Generational identity underpinned a revolt against authority, leading to acute political crises in France.


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Political Legitimation in Communist States. Editors; T. Rigby; Ferenc Fehér; Book. Citations; 10 Mentions; Downloads; Part of the St Antony’s/Macmillan Series book series About this book.

Keywords. communism political science state. Bibliographic information. DOI https. Introduction--Political legitimacy, Weber and communist mono-organisational systems / T.H.

Rigby --Legitimacy doctrines and legitimation procedures in East European systems / Georg Brunner --Phases of legitimation in Soviet-type societies / Agnes Heller --Paternalism as a mode of legitimation in Soviet-type societies / Ferenc Fehér --Overt and.

Introduction: Political Legitimacy, Weber and Communist Mono-organisational Systems. Pages Rigby, T. POLITICAL LEGITIMATION IN COMMUNIST STATES. Earlier notions that political power in Communist states rested simply on coercion, on the Marxist -Leninist ideology of the ruling Communist Party, or on some combination of the two, are now seen as misleadingly incomplete by most students of these systems.

Among the several factors making for the effectiveness of Communist rule is some 5/5(1). Political Legitimation in Communist States. Editors; T. Rigby; Ferenc Fehér; Book. 94 Citations; 10 Mentions; Downloads; Part of the St Antony’s/Macmillan Series book series Log in to check access.

Buy eBook. EUR Instant download; Readable on all devices; Own it forever; Local sales tax included if applicable. Further discussion, at a high level of theory and observed practice, of how the ruling elites in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe try to achieve legitimacy and the right combination of force, fear and popular acceptance.

The book attests to the quality of research in political science and sociology now being devoted to the nature of politics in communist societies. The book attests to the quality of research in political science and sociology now being devoted to the nature of politics in communist societies.

Most of the contributors developed their skills in postwar Eastern Europe (above all, in Hungary), and their emigration has been a positive gain for Western scholarship and for knowledge of these societies.

Crystal-clear in its exposition, this short work will allow every conservative to examine political proposals in an entirely new light. ‘The Black Book of Communism,’ by Stéphane Courtois. When the contributors to a book on political legitimation in communist states, representing by no means the full range of scholarly views on the social and political systems of these countries, can variously characterize the political legitimation of the USSR today as dominated by ‘goal-rational’, ‘traditional’ or ‘paternalistic’ legitimation, or as a combination of ‘heteronomous-teleological’ and.

The best books on Communism History Modern History () Political Ideologies Russia Social & Political Philosophy Communism. Support Five Books. Five Books interviews are expensive to produce. Norman Davies on Europe’s Vanished States Books.

Johanna Hanink on Thucydides Books. Valerie Hansen on The Silk Road. The dataset and the code book are available from the author at request. On the significance of legitimation for political regimes, see: Barker, Political Legitimation in Communist States; Weber, Economy and Society.

Weber, Economy and Society, Ibid. See also Gerschewski, “Three Pillars of. Holmes, L. () Legitimacy and Legitimation in Eurasian Post-Communist States, at Politics and Legitimacy in Post-Soviet Eurasia, ed.

Martin Brusis, Palgrave Macmillan: London. Josua, M. () Legitimation towards whom. Managing the legitimacy crisis in Algeria during the Arab Uprisings, Polit Wiss, Local politics in communist countries / edited by Daniel N.

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The volume edited by T.H. Rigby and Ferenc Fehér, Political Legitimation in Communist States, was a seminal work.

1 Not only did it open up a whole new dimension of Communist politics, but it also introduced the concept of goal-rational legitimation to theories of legitimacy. 2 In doing so, it alerted us to the fact that the classic Weberian three-fold approach to legitimacy was in serious need of an.

Political Culture and Political Change in Communist States | Archie Brown, Jack Gray (eds.) | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. This book concentrates on the regulation of political parties in the EU post-communist democracies, and on Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia and Romania, in particular.

In analysing the various dimensions of party regulation, it builds on the main premises derived from the neo. Using an analytical, comparative approach that examines communist regimes from Moscow and Beijing to Havana and Kampuchea, Leslie Holmes argues that the extraordinarily rapid decline and collapse of communism in the USSR and Eastern Europe between and had its roots in the anti-corruption campaigns introduced in the early s: 1.

Eastern Europe: Political Crisis and Legitimation [Paul G. Lewis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Eastern Europe: Political Crisis and Legitimation. If now in decline since the tumultuous events ofcommunism was without doubt the great political movement of the twentieth century--at its peak, more than a third of the world's population lived under communist rule--and it is still a powerful force in many areas of the world, most notably in the People's Republic of China.

Ferenc Fehér, "Paternalism as a Mode of Legitimation in Soviet-type Societies," in Rigby and Feher, eds, Political Legitimation in Communist States, pp. Fehér Paternalism as a Mode of Legitimation in Soviet-type Societies. Legitimation crisis. 2 Genuine legitimation crises in the sense of various kinds of unrest among the population and within the Communist parties and, more importantly, large-scale upheavals in which blood was spilled, repeatedly broke out in several East European countries: in the GDR inin Poland and Hungary inin Czechoslovakia inand again in Poland, the most maverick and.In Rotten States?

Leslie Holmes analyzes corruption in post-communist countries, paying particular attention to Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, and Russia, as well as China, which Holmes argues has produced, through its recent economic liberalization, a system similar to post-communism.Books shelved as communism: The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx, Animal Farm by George Orwell, One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Aleksandr Solzh.