V. I. Lenin

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Twenty-First Century Books, Jan 1, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
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Another one in attempts of political assassination of Lenin. She is not as vicious as Robert Service but is definitely on the same side. You can definitely learn some things about Lenin from this book if you don't know much. You can find all the bad stuff too but you will not get a a balanced perspective let alone a perspective of someone who has the problems of the lower classes at heart.  

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In reading this the little synopsis of Lenin, I have to admit it was well informative. Even though I knew all of this before. I felt I was relearning what I have already learned in the past. Great analysis of Ulyanov-Lenin

Contents

Dreams of Revolution
7
A Sudden Adult
21
Professional Revolutionary
31
The Spark
43
Russian Roulette
55
Regime Change
63
The New Socialist Order
75
Blood Red
83
Chaos and Control
93
Sources
105
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