Krzysztof Brzechczyn

brzech@amu.edu.pl
Articles by Krzysztof Brzechczyn

Russia and Marxism in Polish Political Thought, Part II

The views on Marxism of philosopher and legal theoretician Leszek Nowak were shared by a number of other important political thinkers of the Polish interwar period, including Roman Dmowski, Józef Piłsudski, Jan Kucharzewski, and Adam Ciołkosz. Most of these men had first-hand knowledge of Russia and were not — other than Ciołkosz — sympathetic to Marxism.

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Russia and Marxism in Polish Political Thought, Part I

The introduction of communism in Russia was supposed to lead to a modernized economy and a just society. Yet the new social system did not make the economy competitive, nor did it do away with social inequalities.

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