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Lenin on politics and revolution; selected writings.

Auteur: Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin; James E Connor
Uitgever: New York, Pegasus, [1968]
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Genre/Vorm: History
Aanvullende fysieke materiaalsoort: Online version:
Lenin, Vladimir Ilʹich, 1870-1924.
Lenin on politics and revolution.
New York, Pegasus [1968]
(OCoLC)607644498
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin; James E Connor
OCLC-nummer: 53091
Beschrijving: 375 pages ; 21 cm
Inhoud: 1 The years of waiting: 1902-1916 --
What is to be done? (1902): Burning questions of our movement: Dogmatism and freedom of criticsm ; The spontaneity of the social-democrats ; Trade-unionist politics and social-democratic politics ; The primitiveness of the economists and the organization of the revolutionaries --
Two tactics of social democracy in the democratic revolution (1905): An urgent political question ; What can we learn from the resolution of the third congress of the R.S.D.L.P. on a provisional revolutionary government? ; Whence Is the proletariat threatened with the danger of finding itself with its hands tied in the struggle against the inconsistent bourgeoisie? ; Revolutionary communes and the revolutionary --
democratic dictatorship of the proletariat and the peasantry --
Will the sweep of the democratic revolution be diminished of the bourgeoisie recoils from it? Conclusion. Dare we win? Imperialism, the highest stage of capitalism (1916): A popular outline: Preface to the French and German editions ; Concentration of production and monopolies ; Banks and their new role ; Finance capital and the financial oligarchy ; Export of capital ; Division of the world among capitalist associations ; Divisions of the world among the great powers ; Imperialism, as a special stage of capitalism ; Parasitism and decay of capitalism ; The place of imperialism in history 2. The year of revolution: 1917 --
Letters from Afar (March 1917): First letter: The first stage of the first revolution --
The tasks of the proletariat in the present revolution (April 1917): The April thesis --
The impending catastrophe and how to combat it (October 1917): Famine is approaching ; Complete government inactivity ; Control measures are known to all and easy to take ; Nationalization of the banks ; Nationalization of the syndicates ; Abolition of commercial secrecy ; Compulsory association ; Regulation of consumption ; Financial collapse and measures to combat it ; Can we go forwards if we fear to advance toward socialism? ; The struggle against economic chaos --
and the war ; The revolutionary democrats and the revolutionary proletariat --
State and revolution (August-September 1917): The Marxist theory of the state and the task of the proletariat in the revolution: Class society and the state ; State and revolution. The experience of 1841-1851 ; State and revolution. Experience of the Paris commune of 1871. Marx's analysis ; The economic basis of that withering away of the state ; The experience of the Russian revolutions of 1905 and 1917 --
Letter to the central committee members (October 24 [November 6], 1917) --
3. Civil war and consolidation of power: 1918-1920 Speech to the extraordinary seventh congress of the Russian communist party (Bolsheviks), March 7, 1918: Political report of the central committee, March 7 --
The immediate tasks of the soviet government (April 1918): The international position of the Russian soviet Republic and the fundamental against the bourgeoisie ; The significance of the struggle fro country-wide accounting and control ; Raising the productivity of labor ; The organization of competition ; Harmonious organization and dictatorship ; The development --
Economics and politics in the era of dictatorship of the proletariat (October 1919) --
Left-wing communism, an infantile disorder (April-May 1920): In what sense can we speak of the international significance of the Russian revolution? ; On the fundamental conditions for the Bolsheviks' success ; In the struggle against what enemies within the working-class movement did Bolshevism grow up and become strong and steeled? Left-wing communism in Germany. Leaders-party-class-masses --
Should revolutionaries work in reactionary trade unions? ; Should we participate in bourgeois parliaments ; No compromises? --
Preliminary draft of theses on the national and colonial questions: For the second congress of the communist international --
4. The last years: 1921-1923 --
The tax in kind (June 1921): The significance of the new policy and its conditions: In lieu an introduction ; The contemporary economy of Russia. Excerpt from the 1918 pamphlet ; The tax in kind, free trade and concessions ; Political summary and deductions --
The importance of gold now and after the complete victory of socialism (November 1921) --
On cooperation (January 1923) --
Our revolution (January 1923): Apropos of N. Sukhanov's notes --
Better fewer, but better (March 1923)
Andere titels: Works.
Verantwoordelijkheid: edited and introduced by James E. Connor.

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