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By James A. Gregor

This publication demanding situations the long-held place that Marxism and Fascism are antithetical political philosophies. regrettably this false impression has left us with out a coherent knowing of the progressive historical past of the 20 th century. fresh research has instructed there are numerous extra similarities among the 2 ideologies than initially suggestion. The e-book strains that dating by means of following the innovative decay of Marxist thought over seven many years because it devolves right into a version of Fascism.

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The "nco-Marxist" thought of the North and South American, European, and African "New Left" represented a attempt to restore the relevance of Marxism-Leninism to the contemporary world by infusing it with Maoist and "nco-Maoist" substance. By the mid-I970s, China's Maoists had succeeded in reducing the Marxist­ Leninist interpretation of fascism to a list of simplisms. "Fascism" signified any attempt to defend capitalism in the industrialized democracies or any effort made to restore capitalism in socialist systems.

The subsequent rancor and By the end of the 1960s, Soviet theoreticians were prepared to argue that the bitterness drove the two communist countries further and further apart. l The "Chinese leadership" had transformed itself into an "anti-Marxist, anti-socialist, rift between the two Marxist-Leninist states became so deep that analysts spoke chauvinistic and anti-Soviet ... bourgeois-nationalistic" movement of reaction. of the possibility of war. ') international environment in which perceptions had become as important as In their account, Soviet thinkers had recourse to the same list of descriptive reality.

For neo­ Marxists, the advanced industrial countries. rather than was to recontlrm the relevance of In its own what it be fascism for our time. A review of the treatment of the conceptfascism employed by the protago­ nists in the course of the adversarial exchanges that embittered the relationship between Communist China and the Soviet Union in the years following de­ Stalinization is instructive. Intellectuals, however much their efforts were com­ promised by service to one or other regime, generally sought to make their accounts as coherent as possible, in possession of as much substance as their primary obligations would allow.

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