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Chapter 3 of Left Wing Communism

Principal Stages In The History of Bolshevism 1905-1917 and their Relevance TodayThomas RigginsLenin, in his book "'Left Wing' Communism An Infantile Disorder," written in 1920, maintains that there are lessons from the Russian Revolution that may be of more general interest than to Russia alone.

The Russian Revolution: An Essential Condition for Success

Thomas RigginsIn the second chapter of his 1920 work "Left Wing" Communism an Infantile Disorder, Lenin discusses what he considers to have been an essential condition for the victory of the Bolsheviks.

The Russian Revolution Today?

In 1920 Lenin expressed his views on the international significance of the Russian Revolution [Chapter 1 of "Left Wing" Communism an Infantile Disorder].

Lenin's Birthday

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Lenin's Final Battle

In word Stalin and Lenin were in unity on the "National Question," but not in deed.

Stalin, Murder and Unity

Lenin's leadership team was amazingly diverse.

How Stalin distorted Marxism

On May Day 1932, the Communist Party USA released "Toward Soviet America," penned by William Z. Foster who was at that time the Communist candidate for President of the U.S.

Lenin on Strange and Monstrous

Written: February 28, 1918First Published: Pravda Nos. 37 and 38, February 28 and March 1, 1918; Izvestia VTsIK No. 43, March 8, 1918 published according to the Pravda text.Source: Lenin’s Collected Works, Progress Publishers, Moscow, Volume 27, 1972, pp. 68-75Translated: Clemans Dutt, Edited by Robert Daglish

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