International Political Practice of Austro-Marxism

Fei MENG

Abstract


In the political practice of Austro-Marxism, the Austrian Social Democratic leaders stood in the intermediate position between “the Second International” and “the Third International”, and in the international communist movement, they even used centrist political thinking patterns to lead the “Second and Half International.” We can say that, in international affairs, with the upgrading of the prestige of Austrian Social Democratic Party and the prevalence of the Marxist theory in Austria, the Austro-Marxism centrist road is no longer confined to the domestic political arena and they take advantage of the Social Democratic Party of Austria to exert a major influence on international communist movements.


Keywords


Austro-Marxism; the international communist movement; Second and Half International; Eclecticism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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