Chapter 18 • Revolutions of Industrialization



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• Lenin’s emphasis on the need for conflict and revolution was Marxist in conception.

• His emphasis on the need to eliminate altogether the bourgeois system and the government that supported it is also better represented in Lenin that revisionists or economists thought.

• However, his emphasis on the leadership of a socialist intelligentsia is not central to Marx’s argument and contrasts with the wider participation offered by revisionists and economists.

His idea that a small, elite group of professional revolutionaries should lead the movement is not central to Marx’s thought.

Q. In what ways did Lenin’s views reflect the specific conditions of Russia?




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