What is Stalinist?

  • (adj): Of or relating to Joseph Stalin or his times.
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Some articles on stalinist, stalinists:

Sheila Fitzpatrick - Research
... Fitzpatrick's research focuses on the social and cultural history of the Stalinist period, particularly on aspects of social identity and daily life ... had been instrumental in legitimizing the regime during the Stalinist period ... In this vision, Stalinist policy based on social forces and offered a response to popular radicalism, which allowed the existence of a partial consensus ...
Stanisław Zarakowski - Stalinist Rein of Terror
... Zarakowski was the main prosecutor in various Stalinist trials including the infamous Trial of the Generals in 1951 against commanders of the Armia Krajowa including General Stanisław Tatar ... (PSL) shortly before the so-called people's referendum of 1946, as well as the Stalinist show trial of the Roman Curia of Kraków ...
Beatrix Campbell - Political Development
... excused the party membership's identification with Stalinist oppression in Eastern Europe "… in the main it is a solidly working class part of the Party which is called Stalinist ... So she condemned the "Stalinists in the party who have actually realised a position which is a very comprehensive criticism of where the leadership is going" ...
Stalinist Architecture - Legacy and Revival
... of Russia", can be traced to Stalin's legacy, while the Neo-Stalinist regime in Romania produced a vast, late example of the style in its Palace of the Parliament, which was started during ... Palace in Moscow is one of the most prominent buildings, with a silhouette identical to the Stalinist constructions ... probably better classified as neoclassical, yet related to early Stalinist buildings GALS Tower (Cистема ГАЛС, 2001) by a team of Workshop 14 architects fills a gap between midrise ...
Anti-Stalinist Left - Trotskyism
... formed the Fourth International in opposition to the Stalinist Third International ... Trotsky saw the Stalinist states as deformed workers states, where a political structure gave most workers very little power in decision making ... Trotsky and his followers were very critical of the lack of internal debate among Stalinist organizations and societies and political repression enacted by Stalinist governments (i.e ...

More definitions of "Stalinist":

  • (noun): A follower of Stalin and Stalinism.