|LC Classifications||HX250.3.A6 M54 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||326 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||326|
|LC Control Number||84000629|
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Communism in Modern Ireland by Mike Milotte, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.2/5(1). Our modern ideas of socialism and communism tend to come from what Karl Marx outlined in The Communist Manifesto and what was later implemented in Russia by Vladimir Lenin and his followers (the Bolsheviks). Marx’s manifesto called for a complete overhaul of capitalist systems of the time. History Background. The earliest attempt to form a communist political party in Ireland was a result of the Socialist Party of Ireland, founded by James Connolly, changing its name to the Communist Party of Ireland and affiliating with the Communist International in This organisation was relatively small and included among its ranks figures such as Roddy Connolly and Nora Connolly O. Irish Studies ReviewOn 12 May , James Connolly was executed by the British for his part in the Irish Easter Rising. A Marxist theoretician, historian, trade union organiser and revolutionary, he was a prolific writer. He is regarded as a founding father of the modern Irish state in 5/5(2).
The Communist Party of Ireland – Vol. 1: – Published in 18th–19th - Century History, Book Reviews, Issue 4 (July-August ), Reviews, Revolutionary Period , Volume Matt Treacy (Brocaire Books, €20) ISBN Operating under various names over the decades—the Socialist Party of Ireland, the Communist Party of Ireland, the Irish Workers’ League. Mike Milo tte, Communism i n Modern Ireland: e Pursuit of the Workers’ Republic Since 19 1 6, Dublin: Gil l and Macmi llan, , pp1 ; NA, Departm ent of J usti ce, le on the Irish W. Communist and "fellow traveller" books (by Senator McCarthy) In United States Senator Joseph McCarthy recited before his subcommittee and the press a list of supposedly pro-communist authors whose works his aide Roy Cohn found in the State Department libraries in Europe. The traumas of the 20th century hit Eastern Europe hard – a region of changing borders, uncertain identity, and shattering of moral norms. The journalist and communism expert selects books that capture the spirit of the age.