The State and Revolution
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Echo Point Books & Media's enhanced edition of Lenin's State and Revolution is the only version that includes an index of the contents of this classic (for paperback edition with an index, search for ISBN 163561970X). Created from a combination of sophisticated proprietary software and editorial review, our unique (copyrighted) index is a valuable addition to this important work. As every experienced reader knows, an index is a helpful resource for more efficient, insightful reading, and a useful aid for research.
Lenin's original work on class-based revolution.
In 1917, in the midst of two revolutions, Vladimir Ilich Lenin fled Russia for fear of persecution by the government. While in exile, he began work on one of his most important works, State and Revolution, an attempt to resurrect the purity of Marx's and Engels's socialist teachings, which Lenin claimed were subsumed and weakened by reformists who reduced the great revolutionaries into harmless icons. In State and Revolution, Lenin posits that the traditional role of the state in society is to maintain the control of the powerful, thus enabling the rich to exploit the poor. Because the ruling class will never willingly give up their political influence, social democracy-including Read More chevron_right
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