The Struggle for the Third World: Soviet Debates and American Options

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Contents
1. Introduction 1
2. Understanding the Soviet Debates 13
The Rules of the Game / 16
The Forms of the Debates / 20
Deciphering the Debates / 26
Conclusion / 35
3. Patterns of Historical Development 36
The Stalinist Orthodoxy / 38
The Reemergence of the Asiatic Mode of Production 44
Rethinking the Five Stages of History / 49
The Multistructural Society / 54
The Impact of Tradition and Culture / 60
The Concept of Stage of History / 65
4. Economic Development and Western Investment 70
The Persistence of Orthodoxy / 71
The Need for Western Investment / 77
Dependency, Level of Development, and the Uniformity of the Third World / 87
An Internationalization of the World Economy? / 94
Economic Growth vs. Social Justice / 98
5. Nature of the Political System 104
The Varga Controversy / 106
The Breakup of the Old Rigidities / 114
Toward a More Complex View of the State / 119
Four Images of the State in the Third World / 127
6. Political Development and Revolutionary Strategy 142
The National Liberation Movement and Communist Revolutionary Strategy / 144
The Many Roads to Socialism and the National Bourgeoisie 149
The Noncapitalist Path of Development and Socialist Orientation / 156

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