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A New Coup dEtat in Preparation

Auhtor: Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

Language: english
Published: 1913

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political,  revolutionary,  social history
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Summary of the Book 'A New Coup dEtat in Preparation':

The Russian statesman Vladimir Lenin was a profoundly influential figure in world history. As the founder of the Bolshevik political party he was a successful revolutionary leader who presided over Russias transformation from a country ruled by czars (emperors) to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.) the name of the communist Russian state from 1922 to 1991.

Excerpts from the Book 'A New Coup dEtat in Preparation':


... A NEW COUP D'TAT IN PREPARATION Proletary, No. ...
... trend among wide sections of the Russian big bourgeoisie. For these sections, the political strike in October was already a decisive turning-point. ...
... This contradiction clearly reveals the class antagonisms in the Russian revolution. The explanation of it is provided by the Marxist view of ...
... So far our revolution is following the second line. If it fails to gain another big victory there can be no doubt that the counter-revolutionary ...
... ideals of the Cadets down to earth. Especially notable in this connection is the following passage in his letter which has not been appreciated ...
... interests of the capitalist and landlord. Mr. Guchkov takes the bull by the horns. The issue in the present political situation is indeed whether we ...
... and consistently than the Cadets who are now howling against him, who, through their spokesmen, the Vinogradovs, Struves, Izgoyevs, Berdayevs ...
... the peaceful Duma and its dissolution, leads to an aggressive, all-Russian, armed uprising, with strikes as an auxiliary and subsidiary means ...
... doubt that this is the angle from which it is carefully studying the question whether to summon a new Duma and whether the old electoral law should ...
... Our reptile press is already dropping hints about some such plans in higher quarters, i.e., the Court set, and are preparing the ground by arguing that ...
... law of December 11. As you see, these are all idealistic considerations which the Romanovs and Pobedonostsevs are accustomed to despise. Besides, ...
... it would even prefer the order that prevails in the graveyard. But a second Cadet Duma (or, which God forbid, a still more radical one!) threatens further ...
... to be guided by the liberal-monarchist bourgeoisie they will be far more capable of undertaking independent, decisive and energetic political action. ...
... silently and secretly was very much to the liking of the higher quarters. They have been immensely impressed by what seems to them to have been a ...
... But it is inevitable, one way or another - workers' strikes, mutiny in the armed forces and peasant revolts have been proving this for a whole year. ...
... cannot be elected to the Duma! We must not let the government catch us unawares. We must conduct the most vigorous agitation among the masses ...
... armed uprising will resolve. NOTES [107] This refers to A. I. Guchkov's letter, Reply to Count Y. N. Trubetskoi, ...
... or military renovation. Guchkov's letter in reply, to which Lenin refers, fully confirmed his agreement with the government's policy and approved ...
... could veto any decision of the Duma. [p. 210] Recommended ReadingLoved this book? Other books that may be interesting to you:Vladimir ...
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