The Sino-Soviet Dispute; To Aid or Not To Aid

Authors

  • Leo Huberman
  • Paul M. Sweezy

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-013-08-1961-12_1

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Abstract

There is nothing unusual about the existence of disputes within and between Communist Parties. They always have existed and presumably always will—until the parties themselves follow the state in withering away. What is unusual, and a sign that the disputes are deeply rooted and concern fundamental issues, is that they should be brought into the open. The Communist movement was born and reared in struggle, and its members know as well the strength that comes from unity as the defeats that are threatened by division. When division is publicly admitted, it may therefore be taken as evidence that a crisis has long been building up and that no resolution is in sight.

Published

1961-12-01

Issue

Section

Review of the Month

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