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  1. says:

    Extremely thorough and well written deals with the uestion of the state after the revolution makes distinctions between communists social democrats and anarchists Argues that anarchists and communists have the common goal of the abolition of the state it is simply the methods that they disagree on Wonderful read I learned a lot

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    There's an episode of The Simpsons in which an enraged gigantic Lenin smashes out of his tomb and starts stomping on people in Red Suare shouting Crush CapitalismAs far as I can recall this is a surprisingly concise and accurate synopsis of State and Revolution so long as one substitutes the term bourgeoise for capitalismPresumably in the political context of 1917 this pamphlet urging readers to crush the bourgeoise was an attem

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    Being a dirty red I found it amazing and surprising that I had never sat down with this piece I had read sections in Marxism classes years ago but it was refreshing to get back into it Excellent A must

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    This is the famous book in which Lenin asserted uoting Engels that “the state will wither away” under Communism and which is there

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    First allow me to say Lenin is a much much better writer than TrotskySecond Lenin has provided in this work a roadmap to revolution And what a n

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    And the State withers away how? Preamble1 I recognize the wealth of scholarship and debates over Lenin Leninism Marxism Marxism Leninism Communism the Russian Revolution the USSR etc 2 However I still intend to apply my differing background to engage with this work by Lenin I’ll be revisiting this for sureThe Good Why do we bother with social theory as opposed to “facts”? True specific historical accoun

  7. says:

    I understand the ML viewpoint a lot better now I am struck by the amount of inevitability that Lenin sees in the transition

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    The February Revolution of 1917 goaded the fall of the Romanov dynasty when tsar Nicholas II abdicated and things started to look surprisingl

  9. says:

    Lenin was the one to put the gulag system in place not Stalin

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    ‘The State and Revolution’ is a standout read in which Lenin confronting a revolution that came too much before advan

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Государство и революция

Tate which recogizes the subordination of the minority to the majority ie an organization for the sys. And the State withers away how Preamble1 I recognize the wealth of scholarship and debates over Lenin Leninism Marxism Marxism Leninism Communism the Russian Revolution the USSR etc 2 However I still intend to apply my differing background to engage with this work by Lenin I ll be revisiting this for sureThe Good Why do we bother with social theory as opposed to facts True specific historical accounts and number crunching have the appeal of empirical evidence However to try and explain causation you plunge headfirst into ideology even if you wear a blindfold emblazoned with REASON or LOGIC or HUMAN NATURE Big picture social narratives often reuire tapestries of theoretic syntheses I enjoyed the direction of Lenin s censored Imperialism The Highest Stage of Capitalism 1916 This book 1917 tackles the pressing uestions over the roles of the State and Revolution with many references to MarxEngels esp the evolution of their ideas in response to the Revolutions of 1848 and 1871 Paris Commune Highlights1 The State is the bourgeoisie s tool to manage the contradictions of class antagonism often through avoidance 2 Thus the State embodies class conflict it alone cannot resolve its own contradictions disputing petty bourgeoisreformists opportunist claims3 Re iteration of not just class struggle which was obvious to everyone but the Marxist view of class being bound to historical phases in the development of production and of the proletariat s historical role4 A proletarian revolution is reuired to take State power bourgeois State abolished see below and use the new proletarian State to force the abolition of class antagonism ie suppress bourgeois counterrevolution After which the proletarian State withers away 5 Anarchist s direct abolition of the State But how would you defend against the superior resources of the counter revolution 6 Liberal democracy This is still within the bourgeois State ie class conflict that forces wage slavery Tactics of the proletarian revolution to abolish the bourgeois State ie replace bourgeois State democracy with proletariat democracy with a note that this is a transition unlike anarchist abolition of State1 Replace standing army with armed people of the communes2 All public officials including police to be elected and subject to public recall3 Bring public officials status wages to match workers4 Commune working body taking advantage of monopolistic social management Marxist centralism as opposed to anarchist federalism while replacing Parliamentary bureaucracy The uestionable Obviously there are many points of contention from the above but this is a worthy primer to start from and return to test ideas Also interesting considering the evolution of Lenin s ideas in the changing historical context and its influence not just in the West but also in the global south the fabulous Vijay Prashad talking about his new book Red Star Over the Third World here

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No democracy is not identical with the subordination of the minority to the majority Democracy is a s. There s an episode of The Simpsons in which an enraged gigantic Lenin smashes out of his tomb and starts stomping on people in Red Suare shouting Crush CapitalismAs far as I can recall this is a surprisingly concise and accurate synopsis of State and Revolution so long as one substitutes the term bourgeoise for capitalismPresumably in the political context of 1917 this pamphlet urging readers to crush the bourgeoise was an attempt to create clear blue water or choppy red water between the Bolsheviks and the better known Socialist Revolutionaries Given that the major problem that the Bolsheviks faced after their seizure of power was that the state had pretty much withered away and that they would have to spend the civil war years trying to rebuild government structures I doubt if this particular work is significant in Lenin s work as a whole

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Tematic use of violence by one class against the other by one section of the population against anoth. The February Revolution of 1917 goaded the fall of the Romanov dynasty when tsar Nicholas II abdicated and things started to look surprisingly auspicious for Vladimir Ilich Lenin and his Bolshevik party However the Provisional Government of Georgi Lvov in the midst of the colossal military turmoil of World War I wasn t particularly sympathetic of Lenin s anti war stance After his arrival in Petrograd to be renamed after him Leningrad Lenin was falsely accused of being a German agent and after the issuance of a warrant for his arrest he was forced to flee to Sestroretsk then to Finland That s where he wrote his vehement communist rant The State and RevolutionContinuously referring to Marx and Engels and commenting on famous passages extracted from their work Lenin sought to deliver a pure and untainted account of Marxist thought since he was enraged at the petty bourgeois democrats like Kautsky Plekhanov and Bernstein and he kept reiterating the need to purge Marxism of its distortions glad he didn t live to see the brutality of StalinismBeyond that he elaborated on ideas of the state social classes The Paris Commune of 1871 the polemic with anarchists democracy and most importantly the withering away of the state and the dictatorship of the proletariat My notes go much further than that but I ll limit my review to titles and generalitiesVery interesting read for anyone interested in communism political science and wanting to explore Lenin s ideas just before the October Revolution He ends his book saying that it s a much fulfilling experience to carry out and live the proletarian revolution than to write about it


About the Author: Vladimir Lenin

Lenin Vladimir Ilyich 1870 1924 one of the leaders of the Bolshevik party since its formation in 1903 Led the Soviets to power in October 1917 Elected to the head of the Soviet government until 1922 when he retired due to ill healthLenin born in 1870 was committed to revolutionary struggle from an early age his elder brother was hanged for the attempted assassination of Czar Alexande