Communism in History and Theory: Asia, Africa, and the Americas

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Index

a
Afghanistan, 54-56
Angola, 124-126
Argentina, 224-227
Australia, 69—771

b
Bangladesh, 62-63
Benin, 108-109
Bolivia, 221-222
Brazil, 214-216

c
Cambodia, 35-39
Cameroon, 112-115
Canada, 149-151
Cape Verde, 106-107
Chile, 227-230
China, 1-25 ;
Ancient, 1 ;
during Boxer Rebellion, 3-4 ;
during Cultural Revolution, 15-20 ;
during Great Leap Forward, 12-15 ;
during Long March, 9-10 ;
after Mao Zedong, 20-25 ;
under Mao Zedong, 6-, 20 ;
during Nationalist Era, 9 ;
during Opium War, 1-2 ;
People's Republic of, 10-25 ;
during Revolution, 4-6 ;
during Taiping Rebellion, 3
Colombia, 209-212
Congo, Democratic Republic of the, 115-116 ;
Republic of the, 115-118
Costa Rica, 194-195
Côte d'Ivoire, 108
Cuba, 169-179
Cyprus, 86-87

e
Ecuador, 216-218
Egypt, 93-95
El Salvador, 187-191
Eritrea, 119-121
Ethiopia, 119-121

g
Grenada, 203-205
Guadeloupe, 199-201
Guatemala, 184-187
Guinea, 107-108
Guinea-Bissau, 106-107
Guyana, 213-214

h
Haiti, 196-199
Honduras, 191-192

i
India, 58-61
Indonesia, 42-44

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction xi
  • 1 - Communism in China 1
  • 2 - Communism in Asia, Australia, and the Middle East 27
  • 3 - Communism in Africa 93
  • Notes 144
  • 4 - Communism in North and Central America and the Caribbean 149
  • Notes 205
  • 5 - Communism in South America 209
  • Bibliography 233
  • Index 237
  • About the Author 239
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