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Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press (30 April 1989)
By: Marshall S Shatz (Author)
Jan Waclaw Machajski's (1866-1926) political doctrine, known as Makhaevism, was a synthesis of several revolutionary theories in Western and Eastern Europe: Marxism, anarchism, and syndicalism. His criticism of the intelligentsia and theory of a new class were influential to Communism and helped to create a hostility that culminated in Stalin's Great Purge of the 1930s.'