Seduction, Autonomy and Unity: the Impact of the Bolshevik Revolution on the Formation of the Chilean Left (1922—1938)
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12.04.2018
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2018
Seduction, Autonomy and Unity: the Impact of the Bolshevik Revolution on the Formation of the Chilean Left (1922—1938)
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This presentation analyzes de influence of the Bolshevik Revolution on the birth of the Chilean Left between 1920 and 1938. Its thesis sustains that the impact of the October Revolution was uneven. On the one hand, it blocked the emergence of a unified political organization, as the two "historical" expressions of the Chilean Left, the Communist and Socialist parties, were split precisely along their conflicting assessments of the Bolshevik experience: supportive among the former, critical among the latter. All the same, the October Revolution did not preclude the ultimate convergence of both organizations in shaping a Marxist Left, which strove to harmonize socialism and democracy.
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Verónica Valdivia Ortiz de Zárate
Profesora Titular, Universidad Diego Portales (Santiago, Chile)
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