Political Pilgrims: Travels of Western Intellectuals to the Soviet Union, China, and Cuba, 1928-1978
Bogen beskriver hvorfor mange vestlige intellektuelle har følt sig så uimodståeligt tiltrukket af revolutionære samfund og hvorfor følsomme, indsigtsfulde og kritiske intellektuelle har fundet samfund som Sovjetunionen under Stalin, Kina under Mao og Cuba under Castro så tiltrækkende.
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Moral Impulses and Political Preferences
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