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Soviet Control of the Third International: A Case Study

Edward B. Richards
Social Science
Vol. 36, No. 1 (JANUARY 1961), pp. 26-31
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41884774
Page Count: 6
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Soviet Control of the Third International: A Case Study
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Abstract

The location of control of an international Communist movement became particularly relevant to students of Communist activities with the establishment of the Third International in 1919. Material published over the last thirty years demonstrates that the Comintern was actually controlled by the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, which Party also controlled the government of that country. Attempts to secure and exercise such control led to the establishment of a number of schools and an elaborate educational program.

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