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Le parti communiste de la RDA et l'eurocommunisme

Abstract : THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF THE DDR AND EUROCOMMUNISM - The East German Communist Party, the SED, might have been expected to fall in unhesitatingly behind the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and its unconditional allies when the latter launched their polemical attacks on the Eurocommunists. After all, surely the SED subscribes to the essential principles of Soviet communism and the political line laid down by the Soviet Communist Party. Yet this is not the case. The SED has adopted an extremely reserved stance in this quarrel and, what is more, it seems to be on good terms with the Communist Parties of Western Europe. Could it be that it nourishes Eurocommunist tendencies, or should this be interpreted as a tactical manœuvre designed perhaps to preserve the unity of the international communist movement ?
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Anne-Marie Le Gloannec. Le parti communiste de la RDA et l'eurocommunisme. Revue Francaise de Science Politique, Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 1979, 29 (1), pp.19-32. ⟨10.3406/rfsp.1979.418579⟩. ⟨hal-01009185⟩



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