The latest collection of our foundational series The Making of the Modern World is officially available and we could not be more excited to share this phenomenal resource with scholars and students alike. The Making of the Modern World, Part III: 1890-1945 extends the series’ comprehensive coverage of economic thought into the 20th century—and into key areas of interest to today’s scholars and students.
The documents showcased below cover a range of ideologies and include The ABC of Communism by Nikolai Ivanovich Bukharin as well as the authorized translation of Benito Mussolini’s The Political Doctrine of Fascism published by none other than Virginia Woolf. These manuscripts provide fascinating contrasts that demonstrate how The Making of the Modern World: Part III truly takes this series into the 20th-century era of competing political ideologies.
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The political and social doctrine of fascism: [by] Benito Mussolini; an authorized translation by Jane Soames. L. and Virginia Woolf
No United Front with Communism: Speeches at the Trades Union Congress, Plymouth, 1936
The ABC of communism: a popular explanation of the program of the Communist Party of Russia
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