Familism, Socialism and Political Religion in North Korea

@article{Armstrong2005FamilismSA,
  title={Familism, Socialism and Political Religion in North Korea},
  author={Charles K. Armstrong},
  journal={Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions},
  year={2005},
  volume={6},
  pages={383 - 394}
}
To see this statement as merely a reflection of North Korea’s unreformed ‘Stalinism’, as one might be tempted to do at first glance, is to ignore a very specific use of language here: Khrushchev was ‘brought up’ by Stalin and other senior leaders of the USSR, and then turned his back on them. In other words, Khrushchev’s great crime was his failure to demonstrate filial piety. The ruling ideology of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) was born from Marxist-Leninist socialism, and… Expand
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