A socialist realist depiction of Russian revolutionary leader V.I. Lenin during the triumph of the seizure of power by the Bolshevik Party in October 1917. Lenin led the first socialist state in history until his death in 1924., a photo by Pan-African News Wire File Photos on Flickr.
Workers World Party and the Harriet Tubman School Invites You to a Special Educational Gathering
Please Attend the Next Detroit Marxism Class for Saturday, July 30, 5:00-7:00pm
Topic: "The State and Revolution by V.I. Lenin"
Location: 5920 Second Ave. at Antoinette, North of the WSU campus, Detroit
Reading: Chapter Five, "The State and Revolution"
Discussion Leader: Andrea Egypt
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This classic work by the founder of the Bolshevik Party, the Russian Revolution and the Union Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) was written during the period leading up to the Great October Revolution of 1917. In chapter five Lenin discusses the Economic Basis of the Withering Away of the State.
Issues covered in this chapter include Marx's views on the nature and character of the state under capitalism and how this can be transformed under a socialist and communist society.
Reading materials for the class will be made available at this session.
The class is free and dinner will be served.
For more information call 313-671-3715