Why Did Underdeveloped Russia Have a Proletarian Revolution?

Why Did Underdeveloped Russia Have a Proletarian Revolution?

“Why did Russia, of all countries, become the home of Leninism, the birthpalce of the theory and tactics of the proletarian revolution?

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Stalin on Roosevelt’s “New Deal” and Reforming Capitalism

Stalin on Roosevelt’s “New Deal” and Reforming Capitalism

“The United States is pursuing a different aim from that which we are pursuing in the USSR. The aim which the Americans are pursuing arose out of the economic troubles, out of the economic crisis. The Americans want to rid themselves of the crisis on the basis of private capitalist activity, without changing the economic basis. They are trying to reduce to a minimum the ruin, the losses caused by the existing economic system.

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For a Unified Korea

For a Unified Korea

Any analysis of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) that doesn’t take into account the colonialism and imperialist domination of the US in the southern part of the peninsula is bound to give the wrong conclusions. It must first be understood that the Korean people of both the north and south meet all the features of a nation. Korea in its entirety constitutes a single nation according to the definition given in Marxism and the Nation Question.

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Stalin’s Four Attempts at Resignation

Stalin’s Four Attempts at Resignation

Joseph Stalin was elected as the General Secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU in April 1922 during the 11th Congress of the Party. Between then and until his death, he asked to be relieved of his duties as General Secretary a total of four times — all of which were rejected.

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Stop Spreading Nazi Propaganda: on Holodomor

Stop Spreading Nazi Propaganda: on Holodomor

It has become an article of the creed of ultra-leftists to cite Holodomor as a way to discredit and defame the Soviet Union and Marxism-Leninism. Holodomor served as a potent imperialist propaganda against the first worker’s state but now it has become a popular past time of anarchists to spread around propaganda that was literally developed by Hitler’s chief propagandist Joseph Goebells.

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