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The U. S. State is a Machine Oppressing the Working ClassThe U. S. State is a Machine Oppressing the Working Class
Leninism and revisionism, is their views on the state. All reformists try to convince the workers that the capitalist state is neutral in the struggle with the employers. It is said, by them
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Colonialism and Imperialism: Classic TextsColonialism and Imperialism: Classic Texts
European powers (e g. India). Through the military victories against its rivals, Britain became, in the 18th Century, the world’s greatest colonial power, taking under its rule, for instance, India (1757)
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Globalization, labour and socialist renewalGlobalization, labour and socialist renewal
As a result, socialist goals have almost always been expressed in national terms, and socialists have found themselves mired in unending and fruitless debates about ‘the national question’
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Russian Revolution QuestionsRussian Revolution Questions
Explain why Alexander III rejected reforms. What methods did he use to maintain his authority over the Russian people?
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V. I. Lenin Economic & Philosophic Science ReviewV. I. Lenin Economic & Philosophic Science Review
Only he is a Marxist who extends the recognition of the class struggle to the recognition of the dictatorship of the proletariat. This is the touchstone on which the real understanding and recognition of Marxism is to be tested
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Britain in The 20th Century: The Attempt to Construct a Socialist Common Wealth, 1945 1951Britain in The 20th Century: The Attempt to Construct a Socialist Common Wealth, 1945 1951
I discussed, in particular, the Welfare State, which was instituted by the Attlee Government, completing reforms of earlier governments: the Liberals, before the First World War, and then the wartime Coalition
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