Bolshevisation and the First Resistance against the Process of Bolshevisation
The author discusses the first examples of the occurrence of bolshevisation in the socialist movement of Yugoslav countries and also rejection of the ideas of the October Revolution and of the Third International. He especially deals with the Manifesto of the opposition of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia when the opposition minority was created after the Vukovar Congress which neither rejected Bolshevism nor underestimated the importance of the October revolution but did point out the differences in historical condition in different countries.
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