My branch of the CPUSA is attempting an audio book project to help further revolutionary theory. This recording is the first of many to come. I personally made this first one (so if anyone wondered what I sound like here you go) its Lenin’s Letter to American workers. This book was written in 1918 to combat the intensive capitalist propaganda against the Bolshevik revolution and explain the situation in russia from his own intimate perspective
If anyone has ideas of places to post this or ideas of material to read please feel free to suggest. I hope you enjoy it.
Marxism was made for industrialized countries. Lenin was criticized for trying to lead a marxist revolution in non- industrial Russia. My question is why exactly cant Marxism work in a agricultural society? I have looked into it and I cant quite figure it out. Can you help me Comrades?
— Vladimir Lenin (via jesteractivist)
— Vladimir Lenin (via zolotoivek)
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