Painting socialism in Hungary

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American sociologist Michael Burawoy spent several months working in the Lenin Steelworks in Hungary, and has visited the country regularly in the past decade. In this exclusive Labour Bulletin article, he draws on this experience to analyse class struggle in state socialism and explain the collapse of the communist regimes. The article starts off with a response to Joe Slovo and Pallo Jordan, and a discussion of Lenin.

 

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