'Eurocommunism'--Two Views

July 1977
National Review;7/22/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 28, p816
The article talks about the views of U.S. politicians Cyrus Vance and Henry Kissinger regarding communism in Europe. It offers the position of U.S. President Jimmy Carter's administration on Eurocommunism and discusses the plan of Eurocommunist leaders to work within a pluralist, democratic system. A comparison between the management of conflict with adversaries and the maintenance of an alliance among friends is also presented.


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