Poland and Czechoslovakia on the Road to Socialism

Authors

  • Otto Nathan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-001-02-1949-06_4

Keywords:

Marxism

Abstract

Transitions from one economic system to another have always been painful, long-drawn-out periods in history. Those of which we have definite knowledge occupied hundreds of years. Feudalism, which preceded capitalism, took centuries to die; and even at a time when the new system was so well developed that it had all the main characteristics of capitalist enterprise and production, feudal institutions and remnants continued to exist for many years.

Published

1949-06-04

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