Totalitarianism : the inner history of the Cold War

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Totalitarianism : the inner history of the Cold War

Abbott Gleason

Oxford University Press, 1995

  • : hbk
  • : pbk

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Includes bibliographical references and index

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: hbk ISBN 9780195050172

内容説明

This treatise uses the political regime of totalitarianism as a model for explaining 20th-century political systems, beginning with the term's inception in Fascist Italy, through its influence as the dominant paradigm in American foreign policy and scholarship during the Cold War, to its current significance in political debate and policy worldwide.
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: pbk ISBN 9780195050189

内容説明

In this pathbreaking work, Abbott Gleason examines the history of totalitarianism as a model for explaining twentieth-century political systems, beginning with the term's inception in Fascist Italy, through its influence as the dominant paradigm in American foreign policy and scholarship during the cold war, to its current significance in political debate and policy worldwide.

目次

Introduction One.: Fascist Origins Two.: A New Kind of State: Italy, Germany, and the Soviet Union in the 1930s Three.: Wartime in the English-Speaking World Four.: The Cold War Five.: Brainwashing: Communist China as a Totalitarian State Six.: Searching for the Origins of Totalitarianism Seven.: "Totalitarianism" Among the Sovietologists Eight.: The Cold War in Postwar Europe: France, Italy, and Germany Nine.: The Cold War in Eastern Europe Ten.: The "Evil Empire" Epilogue. The Russians Call Themselves Totalitarian Notes Index

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