Communism a DICTATORSHIP of the Proletariat, Not DEMOCRACY

When Karl Marx talked about the dictatorship of the proletariat, he meant a dictatorship of the working class that would keep down the bourgeoisie as a society transitions from capitalism to communism. This was not meant to be a democratic form of government where all sectors of society had at least some representation in the government. In this episode of China Unscripted, we discuss hierarchies in communism, how power can be skimmed from the top and moved down, and the balance of power among the world’s governments. Joining us in this episode is Anders Corr, the publisher of the Journal of Political Risk and principal at Corr Analytics. He’s also the author of the new book The Concentration of Power: Institutionalization, Hierarchy, and Hegemony.

The Concentration of Power: Institutionalization, Hierarchy, and Hegemony.

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This is a highlight from the full episode No. 145 Is China’s Rise to Global Hegemon Inevitable?

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