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by Neil Harding

ePub Leninism download
Author:
Neil Harding
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978-0333664834
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Palgrave (July 12, 1996)
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. In this volume, Neil Harding presents the first comprehensive reinterpretation of Leninism to be produced in many years.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Challenging much of the conventional wisdom regarding Leninism’s effectiveness as a mobilizing body of ideas.

In this volume, Neil Harding presents the first comprehensive reinterpretation of Leninism to be produced in many years. Challenging much of the conventional wisdom regarding Leninism's effectiveness as a mobilizing body of ideas,. Challenging much of the conventional wisdom regarding Leninism's effectiveness as a mobilizing body of ideas, its substance, and its origins and evolution, Harding offers both a controversial exposition of this ideology and a critical engagement with its consequences for the politics of contemporary communism.

Neil Harding, Leninism, 1996. In America the term communist is used to describe Marxist Leninist socialist nations like the USSR, China, and Cuba

Neil Harding, Leninism, 1996. In America the term communist is used to describe Marxist Leninist socialist nations like the USSR, China, and Cuba. As indicated by the definition above, these nations did not meet the definition of true communism as they still used money and still had a state. Colloquialisms are words that are everyday meanings used by people but which are not accurate.

Leninism is the political theory for the establishment of the dictatorship of the proletariat, led by a revolutionary vanguard party, as the political prelude to the establishment of socialism.

Lenin's political thought. Lenin's political thought.

Other Authors: Harding, Neil. Leninism, Neil Harding. by: Harding, Neil Published: (1996). Published: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1983. Subjects: Communism Soviet Union History Sources. The Soviet tragedy : a history of socialism in Russia, 1917-1991, Martin Malia. by: Malia, Martin E. Published: (1994). Imperial and Soviet Russia : power, privilege, and the challenge of modernity, David Christian. by: Christian, David, 1946- Published: (1997). Stalinism and the politics of mobilization ideas, power, and terror in inter-war Russia, David Priestland. by: Priestland, David Published: (2007).

This major new text provides a comprehensive, critical introduction to Leninism as an ideology. Part One presents a new and challenging account of its emergence arguing that it was frozen in the time-frame of the extraordinary war years 1914-1917. Part Two explores the inter-weaving of economics, history and philosophy in Lenin's world view concluding that, along with Marxism, it combines powerful internal coherence with fateful ambiguity towards democracy and the autonomy of politics. A detailed Guide to Lenin's Collected Works features among extensive Appendices.