A Change of Emphasis Is Needed

Authors

  • Don Harrison

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-010-06-1958-10_4

Keywords:

Marxism

Abstract

Socialists are naturally concerned about peace and the major problems of the world—the East-West conflict, nationalist and liberation movements, differences within the Soviet-bloc countries, and so on. Socialism is a world-wide movement for thinking people, and it is only natural that socialists should be vitally interested in world events. However, most socialists have sharp disagreements in their approach to foreign policy and world affairs. These differences are primarily based on their attitudes towards the Soviet Union.

Published

1958-10-04

Issue

Section

Articles