Lenin and the Revolutionary Party
Humanities Press International, 1993 - 417 pages
Examining Lenin's conception of the revolutionary party and its place in Marxist thought, this book looks at his critics and adversaries, and at the historical context which shaped Lenin's views.
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The Context of Lenins Early Organizational Perspectives
Revolutionary Program Cohesive Organization
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