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|Named Person:||Karl Marx|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin
|Notes:||Translation of Gosudarstvo i revoli︠u︡t︠s︡ii︠a︡ (Romanized).|
|Description:||102 pages ; 20 cm.|
|Contents:||Class society and the state. The state as the product of the irreconcilability of class antagonisms ; Special bodies of armed men, prisons, etc. ; The state as an instrument for the exploitation of the oppressed class ; The "withering away" of the state and violent revolution --
The experiences of 1848-1851. On the eve of revolution ; the results of the revoluion ; The formulation of the question by Marx in 1852 --
Experiences of the Paris Commune of 1871: Marx's analysis. In what does the heroism of the Communards consist? ; What is to replace the shattered state machinery? ; The destruction of perliamentarism ; The organisation of the parasite-state --
Supplementary explanations by Engels. The housing question ; Polemic against the anarchists ; Letter to Bebel ; Criticism of the draft of the Erfurt Programme ; The 1891 preface to Marx's civil war in France ; Engels on the overcoming of democracy --
The economic base of the withering away of the state. Formulation of the question by Marx ; Transition from capitalism to communism ; First phase of communist society ; Higher phase of communist society --
Vulgarisation of Marx by the opportunists. Plekhanov's polemic against the anarchists ; Kautsky's polemic against the opportunists ; Kautsky's polemic against Pannekoek.
|Series Title:||Little Lenin library, 14.|
|Other Titles:||Gosudarstvo i revoli︠u︡t︠s︡ii︠a︡.|
|Responsibility:||by V.I. Lenin.|