Poland: Politics, Economics, and Society
This volume in the Marxist regime series focuses on Poland, examining and evaluating critically the application of Marxist doctrine in its society, assessing its interpretations, its successes and failures.
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Social Structure and Social Welfare
Structures of Political Rule
The Economics of Crisis
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