Lenin and the Revolutionary Party

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Humanities Press International, 1993 - 417 pages
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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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a tour de force on the reclamation of leninism project! in my mind this is the most thorough and concise book for its size on laying out what lenin did and didn't mean i regards to political ... Read full review

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Paul Le Blanc's Lenin and the Revolutionary Party is an essential read for international socialists interested in creating a better world. Through exhaustive research and a close reading of Lenin and ... Read full review

Contents

Authentic Leninism
1
The Context of Lenins Early Organizational Perspectives
15
Revolutionary Program Cohesive Organization
39
Copyright

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Le Blanc has been active in labor and social movements for many years.

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