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Castroism and the Politics of Petty-Bourgeois Nationalism

By Bill Vann
 

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This lecture by Bill Vann is one of seven delivered to the 1998 international symposium Marxism and the Fundamental Problems of the 20th Century by the International Committee of the Fourth International in Sydney, Australia.
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This lecture by Bill Vann is one of seven delivered to the 1998 international symposium Marxism and the Fundamental Problems of the 20th Century by the International Committee of the Fourth International in Sydney, Australia.

The central premise guiding these lectures is that an answer to the burning issues of the day - growing social inequality, deepening economic crisis, the decline in the cultural level of society and the prevailing political paralysis in the workers movement - is bound up with examining and assimilating the great strategic lessons of the twentieth century.

Presented over eight days by leading members of the ICFI, as well as Russian Marxist historian Professor Vadim Rogovin, the lectures were exciting, original and thought-provoking.

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Author Bill Vann
About the Author

Bill Vann is a staff writer for the World Socialist Web Site. He has written extensively on US domestic and foreign policy. A specialist in Latin American politics, his lecture, Castroism and the Politics of Petty Bourgeois Nationalism, is only one of many contributions he has made to the study of this subject over the course of his more than three decades in the Trotskyist movement. Vann was the Socialist Equality Party candidate for President of the United States in 2004 and SEP vice presidential candidate in 2008.

Publisher Mehring Books
Pages 41
Publication Type Pamphlet
ISBN 978-1-875639-24-3
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