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Tim Rees and Andrew Thorpe, editors. International Communism and the Communist International 1919–1943. New York: Manchester University Press. 1998. Pp. x, 323. $79.95

Josephine Fowler. Japanese and Chinese Immigrant Activists: Organizing in American and International Communist Movements, 1919–1933. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. 2007. Pp. xiv, 272. $26.95.

Mikko Majander. Pohjoismaa vai kansandemokratia? Sosiaalidemokraatit, kommunistit ja Suomen kansainvälinen asema 1944–51. [Nordic Country or People's Democracy? Social Democrats, Communists and Finland's International Position 1944–51]. (Bibliotheca Historica, number 88.) Helsinki: Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura. 2004. Pp. 505. €29.00

LORENZ M. LüUTHI. The Sino-Soviet Split: Cold War in the Communist World. (Princeton Studies in International History and Politics.) Princeton: Princeton University Press. 2008. Pp. xvii, 375. Cloth $65.00, paper $27.95

Japanese and Chinese Immigrant Activists: Organizing in American and International Communist Movements, 1919–1933. By Josephine Fowler. (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2007. xvi, 272 pp. Cloth, $70.00, ISBN 978-0-8135-4040-5. Paper, $27.95, ISBN 978-0-8135-4041-2.)

 
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Communist organization founded by Lenin In 1919. He feared that the reformist Second International might re-emerge and wished to secure control of the world socialist movement. The Comintern was made ...


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