The Communist Experiment : Revolution, Socialism and Global Conflict in the Twentieth Century
By Robert Strayer [College at Brockport emeritus].
Part of the McGraw-Hill Explorations in World History Series, The Communist Experiment offers an accessible, comparative, and thematically complete treatment of the “communist experiment” based on the idea that communism represents a unique lens through which to view the history of the 20th century on a global scale. Because communism relates to many other events and forces of the world at that time--world war, fascism, the rise of the United States, decolonization, feminism, the rise of the Third World, revolution, and more--it provides an excellent pathway for understanding those developments and their effects throughout the world.
Boston : McGraw-Hill, c2007.
ix, 206 p. : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
Series: Explorations in world history
Strayer, Robert W., "The Communist Experiment : Revolution, Socialism and Global Conflict in the Twentieth Century" (2007). Brockport Bookshelf. 120.