This book by acclaimed historian Donald Sassoon traces the fortunes of the political parties on the left in Western Europe through the twentieth century. Sassoon charts the course of socialism across fourteen countries, from the Second International to the birth of the welfare state to the student uprisings of the 1960s and beyond. Unique, comprehensive, and "appropriately ambitious" (Los Angeles Times), One Hundred Years of Socialism demonstrates that throughout their history, the fortunes of capitalism and socialism have been inextricably linked. Capitalism may now appear to be triumphant, but how much does it owe to the socialist legacy? Can socialism go global and continue to be a force for change in the twenty-first century?
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Donald Sassoon was born in Cairo and educated in Paris, Milan and London. He is Professor of Comparative European History at Queen Mary, University of London and is the author of several highly acclaimed books, including Contemporary Italy: Politics, Economy and Society Since 1945, Mona Lisa: The History of the World's Most Famous Painting, The Culture of the Europeans and Mussolini.
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Book Description New Press 1997-05, 1997. Book Condition: neu. Gebundene Ausgabe 965 S. Sehr guter Zustand, ohne Namenseintrag, Original-Schutzumschlag Ungelesenes Buch. Original-Schutzumschlag. Gewicht über 1 kg, Versand ins Ausland nur auf Anfrage Zustand: 11, neu, Gebundene Ausgabe New Press , 1997-05 965 S. , One Hundred Years of Socialism: The West European Left in the Twentieth Century, Sassoon, Donald. Bookseller Inventory # BU159859
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