Heaven on Earth: The Rise and Fall of Socialism
Publisher: Encounter Books | ISBN: 1893554783 | edition 2003 | PDF | 391 pages | 3,1 mb
Joshua Muravchik traces the fiery trajectory of socialism with sketches of dreamers and doers who developed the theory, led it to power and presided over its collapse. Joshua Muravchik has written a wonderful and informative of the modern incarnation of socialism. He grew up in a socialist household where it served as the family faith and the author had joined a socialist party, but his study of history and careful thinking about the realities versus the promises caused him to lose his faith. This book traces the rise of the movement from Babeuf in France, Robert Owen in England and New Hope, Indiana, Engles, and then Bernstein. It is a fascinating story with various approaches and different orthodoxies that didn't work and play well with the others. This variance and rejection of alternative views became a powerful force in the way socialism spread, grew, and collapsed.
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