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Lenin and the Revolutionary Party
Paul Le Blanc
August 1993 by Humanity Books .
Written in English
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Praise for Lenin and the Revolutionary Party: "A work of unusual strength and coherence, inspired not by academic neutrality but by the deep conviction that there is much to learn from the actual ideas and experiences of Lenin and the revolutionary party he led.” —Michael Löwy Praise for Revolution, Democracy, Socialism:Cited by: Paul Le Blanc's Lenin and the Revolutionary Party is an essential read for international socialists interested in creating a better world.
Through exhaustive research and a close reading of Lenin and other leading Bolsheviks who helped create the world's first workers' state, Le Blanc presents a clearer picture of what Lenin's party and organizational thought actually looked like in /5(9).
"Lenin and the Revolutionary Party" dates from and was the first monograph by Paul Le Blanc (La Roche College, Pittsburgh, PA). Yet the question of the relationship between Lenin's thought, the organizational aspects and evolution of the Bolshevik current in czarist Russia, and the relative success of the Russian Revolution compared to similar attempts in other countries /5(7).
Praise for Lenin and the Revolutionary Party: "A work of unusual strength and coherence, inspired not by academic neutrality but by the deep conviction that there is much to learn from the actual ideas and experiences of Lenin and the revolutionary party he led.” —Michael Löwy Praise for Revolution, Democracy, Socialism.
A revolutionary party cannot intervene effectively in working-class struggle unless it is centralised and acts as a disciplined body. It cannot be sensitive to the needs of the advanced workers unless it is consistently democratic.
Between the revolutionary party Lenin and the Revolutionary Party book the class, between centralism and democracy, there is a dialectical relationship.
This, in outline, is Lenin’s conception of the revolutionary party, its relationship to the working class, and the form of party organization dictated by that relationship. However, the norm of party organization—the ideal form— does not correspond with reality.
In the norm, the party center — representing the best in the party —is in File Size: KB. Lenin and the revolutionary party. Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press International, (OCoLC) Named Person: Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin; Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin; Vladimir Ilʹič Lenin; Vladimir I Lenin: Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Le Blanc.
Lenin and other Marxists struggle to establish the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party (RSDLP) around the revolutionary program and centralized organizational concepts of the newspaper Iskra.
In the split, Lenin's Bolshevik faction represents the most consistently centralist and uncompromisingly revolutionary orientation. Trotsky was from to opposed in theory and practice to Lenin’s methods of building a revolutionary party.
It is a tribute to his exemplary objectivity and capacity for growth that he wholeheartedly came over to Lenin’s conceptions inwhen he saw them verified by the developments of the revolution at home and abroad. Vladimir Lenin, also called Vladimir Ilich Lenin, original name Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov, (born April 10 [Ap New Style],Simbirsk, Russia—died JanuGorki [later Gorki Leninskiye], near Moscow), founder of the Russian Communist Party (Bolsheviks), inspirer and leader of the Bolshevik Revolution (), and the architect.
Lenin ignored the warning, but he acknowledged that the Bolshevik Party “consist[ed] of ten percent convinced idealists, ready to die for Lenin and the Revolutionary Party book cause, but incapable of living for it, and. Description.
By Paul Le Blanc with and Introduction by Ernest Mandel. This study of Lenin’s conception of the revolutionary party, and its place in Marxist thought, gives a vibrant sense of the historical context-both Russian and international-in which Lenin’s views were shaped and upon which they had such a profound impact.
Synopsis. The State and Revolution is considered to be Lenin's most important work on the state and has been called by Lucio Colletti "Lenin's greatest contribution to political theory". According to the Marxologist David McLellan, "the book had its origin in Lenin's argument with Bukharin in the summer of over the existence of the state after a proletarian : Vladimir Lenin.
Lenin's political and organisational ideas confront the reality of the labour movement and the revolutionary process. This study of Vladimir Lenin's conception of the revolutionary party, and its place in Marxist thought, gives a vibrant sense of the historical context - both Russian and international - in which Lenin's views were shaped and upon which they /5(64).
Get this from a library. Lenin and the revolutionary party. [Paul Le Blanc] -- For generations, historians of the right, left, and center have all debated the best way to understand V.I.
Lenin's role in shaping the Bolshevik party in the years leading up to the Russian. "Lenin and the Revolutionary Party" dates from and was the first monograph by Paul Le Blanc (La Roche College, Pittsburgh, PA). Yet the question of the relationship between Lenin's thought, the organizational aspects and evolution of the Bolshevik current in czarist Russia, and the relative success of the Russian Revolution compared to similar attempts in other countries /5(4).
Vladimir Lenin was a Russian communist revolutionary and head of the Bolshevik Party who rose to prominence during the Russian Revolution of The Bolsheviks would later become the Communist. Why review a book that the Russian revolutionary V.I.
Lenin began in and finished in. The short answer is the book is just that good and it has endured the test of time, and the th anniversary of Lenin’s birth is a good occasion for it. In this thorough, concise, and accessible introduction to Lenin's theory and practice of revolutionary politics, Paul Le Blanc gives a vibrant sense of the historical context of the socialist movement (in Russia and abroad) from which Lenin's Brand: Paul Le Blanc.
LENIN AND THE REVOLUTIONARY PARTY. Paul Le Blanc. Introduction by Ernest Mandel. Haymarket Books (, world English rights) Trade paper • ISBN • US $24 • 5 3/4 in x 8 3/4 in • pgs.
ABOUT THE BOOK. The composition of the Bolsheviks from different working-class strata is discussed, with related issues, in Paul Le Blanc, Lenin and the Revolutionary Party, New Edition (Chicago: Haymarket Books, ), 33–35, 44–46, –, –45, – Read "Lenin and the Revolutionary Party" by Paul Le Blanc available from Rakuten Kobo.
For generations, historians of the right, left, and center have Brand: Haymarket Books. Product Information. Presents a study of Lenin's conception of the revolutionary party, and its place in Marxist thought. This book gives a sense of the historical context - both Russian and international - in which Lenin's views were shaped and upon which they had.
The Publisher's Note starts the book off, putting it in context (Page v): "In Lenin's concept a leading, a vanguard party could be only a party of revolutionary Marxism and this required at the outset a clear definition and rejection of opportunism."Cited by: Lenin used to get cross with young Bolsheviks visiting him in exile, during the inter-revolutionary years between andwhen they teased him about Chernyshevsky’s book and told him it.
Lenin’s revolutionary strategy in our times. J In my new book of essays entitled there is not and cannot be the equivalent. Lenin and Revolutionary Russia examines the background to and the course of the Russian Revolution of and Lenin's regime.
It explores all the key aspects such as the development of the Bolsheviks as a revolutionary party, the Revolution, the collapse of the Tsarists, the Russian Civil War and historical interpretations of Lenin's legacy to Russian history.
His book gives us the vast panorama of Russia in that awesome vortex of change from tsarism's collapse to the establishment of the communist one-party state. Through the prism of Lenin's career Service focuses on dictatorship, the Marxist revolutionary dream, civil war, and inter-war European politics.
The scholar Robert Service puts it all in a nutshell in his acclaimed book “A History of Modern Russia”: “The forced-labor camps, the one-party state Author: Josef Joffe. In this thorough, concise, and accessible introduction to Lenin's theory and practice of revolutionary politics, Paul Le Blanc gives a vibrant sense of the historical context of the socialist movement (in Russia and abroad) from which Lenin's.
Lenin’s book What is to be Done. is a Marxist classic on the building of the revolutionary party. It is also the text most criticised by reformists and academics alike for supposedly planting the seeds of totalitarian dictatorship. The author ably tracks Lenin’s career as conspirator and exile in the decades beforebut his story hits its stride in the years of.
Lenin’s power rested less on this formal position than on his prestige among the leaders and supporters of the Bolshevik party, which became the All-Russia Communist Party (Bolsheviks) in Lenin was a member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Party, which consisted of five full members and three ‘candidates’.Died: Lenin, V.
Two Tactics of Social-Democracy in the Democratic Revolution, in V. Lenin Collected Works. Translated by Abraham Fineberg and Julius Katzer. Edited by George Hanna, Vol. Moscow: Progress, Google ScholarAuthor: William J.
Davidshofer, William J. Davidshofer. A summary of The Emergence of the Bolsheviks in 's Vladimir Lenin. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of Vladimir Lenin and what it means. Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans. Lenin dismissed this vision: in his mind the revolution would be the work of a small group of committed revolutionaries, not a popular groundswell.
Thus the issue that proved ultimately decisive was party membership and its requirements; when the issue came to a vote inthe two groups parted ways, never to be reunited. Since his brother was a revolutionary, even though Lenin got top grades This book nails the 'joke' phase, and while a little abbreviated and underwhelming on his few years in power, is overall a fantastic portrait of the revolutionary dictator's rise/5().
Enjoy the best Vladimir Lenin Quotes at BrainyQuote. Quotations by Vladimir Lenin, Russian Leader, Born Ap Share with your friends. Together with Tony Cliff's multi-volume biography of Lenin, Marcel Liebman's Leninism under Lenin and Paul Le Blanc's Lenin and the Revolutionary Party, Harding's book is one of a handful of outstanding studies of Lenin.
Harding's study is not faultless. Lenin, on the contrary, learned that the leadership that the revolutionary party fights for is a relation within the working class, not between intellectuals and proletarians.
Himself a man of middle-class origins who joined his life to the proletariat, he changed his view on spontaneity through the lessons taught by the revolutionary. Lenin and the Revolutionary Party By Paul Le Blanc EBOOK Free Download Lenin and the Revolutionary Party By Paul Le Blanc EBOOK Product Details Sales Rank: # in Books Published on: Original language: English Number of items: 1 Dimensions: " h x " w x " l.0 pounds Binding: Paperback pages.