IIRE Notebook no. 62 is edited by Catherine Samary & Fred Leplat, with contributions from Samuel Farber, Silvia Federici, Franck Gaudichaud, Zagorska Golubović, Ernest Mandel, Goran Marković, Svetozar Stojanović and Raquel Varela.
How far did the Bolsheviks introduce a ‘decolonial communism’, later destroyed by Stalin’s ‘socialism in one country’? Did the Tito-Stalin break in 1948 and the other revolutions transform these objectives? How far did the struggles and debates in the Yugoslavia of ‘market socialism’ in the mid 1960s follow a path towards democracy and the commons?
The contributors in this book review past and present experiences and Catherine Samary reconsiders the debates in the light of current thinking.
Continuer la lecture de Catherine Samary and Fred Leplat, Decolonial Communism, Democracy and the Commons, IIRE, 2019 (521p., 19€)