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Italy’s Communists

Jonathan Steinberg

21 July 1983
After Poland 
by Enrico Berlinguer, translated by Antonio Bronda and Stephen Boddington.
Spokesman, 114 pp., £2.25, March 1982, 0 85124 344 4
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... and decline of regimes. However Stalinist he may be by temperament, his culture turns Italian Stalinism into something other than its Russian original. The man who made that change most explicit was Antonio Gramsci, the intellectual founder of Italian Communism. Gramsci saw from the beginning that Lenin had transformed Marxism. In a newspaper article written scarcely a week after the Bolshevik seizure ...

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