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  1. Imperialism: The Highest Stage of Capitalism

    Imperialism: The Highest Stage of Capitalism

    This book was written by Lenin in 1916 in the midst of World War I. Lenin relates the growth of monopoly and the enormous concentration of finance capital in a few hands to a new stage in capitalist development leading to inevitable military clashes between industrial nations over markets and sources of raw materials. Learn More

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  2. To the Masses: Proceedings of the Third Congress of the Communist International, 1921

    To the Masses: Proceedings of the Third Congress of the Communist International, 1921

    Available for the first time in English, this collection of documents contains the record of the Third Congress of the Communist International under the leadership of V.I. Lenin and Leon Trotsky. This newly translated edition is supplemented detailed footnotes, a glossary with 430 biographical entries, a chronology, and an index. Learn More
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  3. "Left Wing" Communism, An Infantile Disorder

    "Left Wing" Communism, An Infantile Disorder

    This work by Lenin is a classic exposition of Marxist strategy and tactics. Basing himself on the experience of the October Revolution Lenin deals with the policies of the German "Left" Communists who rejected participation in parliament or work within reactionary trade unions. Learn More

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  4. The Third International After Lenin

    The Third International After Lenin

    This book contains four articles by Trotsky devoted to fundamental problems of the revolutionary movement. Learn More

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  5. State and Revolution

    State and Revolution

    One of Lenin's most important works. Lenin wrote this in the summer of 1917 on the eve of the October seizure of power in Russia by the Bolshevik Party. He surveys the writings of Marx and Engels on the question of the state, in particular those aspects that had been distorted by the opportunist leaders of the Second International Learn More

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  6. Why Study the Russia Revolution? Volume I The February Revolution and the Development of Bolshevik Strategy

    Why Study the Russia Revolution? Volume I The February Revolution and the Development of Bolshevik Strategy

    The 1917 Russian Revolution of was the most significant event of the 20th Century. The taking of power by the Russian working class, under the leadership of Vladimir Lenin and Leon Trotsky, transformed the course of human history and still reverberates to this day. Between February and October 1917, Russia was shaken by two monumental revolutions. The first overthrew the Romanov aristocracy that had ruled for more than 300 years. The second overthrew the bourgeois Provisional Government and established the first socialist workers state in history. These events continue to generate debate and controversy. The essays in this volume are unique, in that they are written from a Marxist perspective, looking back from the vantage point of 100 years, and putting the events of 1917 in a contemporary perspective, under conditions of a world wracked by immense social and political contradictions. Learn More

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  7. What is to be Done?

    What is to be Done?

    One of the most important works of political theory ever written. Opposing the Russian Economists, who were generally indifferent to questions of theory, Lenin argued that "only a party that is guided by the most advanced revolutionary theory" will be able to provide the working class with revolutionary leadership. Learn More

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  8. The Communist Manifesto

    The Communist Manifesto

    The manifesto, written in the months prior to the revolutionary wave of 1848 and distributed throughout Europe, is the first definitive statement of the methods and aims of the Communist movement. It introduces the materialist conception of history and of the class struggle, explaining how bourgeois society, having sprung up amid the formation of a world market, simplifies and intensifies class antagonisms by creating the proletariat, a class which has no property aside from its own ability to labor. Learn More

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  9. The Historical & International Foundations of the Partei fur Soziale Gleichheit

    The Historical & International Foundations of the Partei fur Soziale Gleichheit

    The Partei für Soziale Gleichheit (Socialist Equality Party), the German section of the International Committee of the Fourth International, adopted this document unanimously at its Founding Congress held on May 23, 2010 in Berlin. (Free shipping to Australia) Learn More

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  10. Witnesses to Permanent Revolution: The Documentary Record

    Witnesses to Permanent Revolution: The Documentary Record

    The publication of Witnesses to Permanent Revolution: The Documentary Record is a major event in the study of the theoretical foundations of the 1917 October Revolution. Learn More

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