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ISBN 9780674186637

Publication Date: 01/01/1957

324 pages


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  • Introduction
  • Part One: The Party
    • 1. Class Consciousness
    • 2. The Party and the Masses
    • 3. Democracy
    • 4. The Operational Code
    • 5. Democratic Centralism
  • Part Two: The Russian Revolution
    • 6. The Task of the Proletariat and Its Auxiliary Forces
      • 1. Lenin’s Program until the Revolution of 1905
      • 2. The Revolutionary Democratic Dictatorship of the Proletariat and the Peasantry
      • 3. Permanent Revolution
    • 7. Nationalism
      • 1. National Self-Determination
      • 2. The Theory of the Spark
    • 8. Eight Months of Revolution
  • Part Three: Leninism in Power
    • 9. The Leninist State in Theory and in Practice
      • 1. The Honeymoon of the Revolution
      • 2. The Red Terror
      • 3. Socialist Competition
      • 4. Strategic Retreat and Stock-Taking
    • 10. Socialism in One Country
      • 1. Brest-Litovsk
      • 2. Theoretical Consequences
  • Part Four: The New Image of Capitalist Society
    • 11. The Theory of Imperialism
    • 12. The Dialectics of Backwardness
    • 13. Leninism after Lenin
  • Bibliography
  • Notes
  • Index

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