To the Finland Station; a Study in the Writing and Acting of History - Part 3, Chapters 1-2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapters 1-2 Summary and Analysis

Marx, Engels and others never considered that the first Revolution would occur in Russia since the economy was agricultural and economically backward. It had not gone through the capitalist stage of development and labor exploitation. Russia was ruled by the Tsar Alexander III. The intelligentsia was oppressed and there was a lot of discontent in tsarist Russian. This is the Russia in which Lenin grew up. After being expelled from the University of Kazan, Lenin began to read Marx. He finally received a certificate to practice law.

In Chapter Two, Vladimir Lenin was becoming more revolutionary. He talked with exiles and became increasing anti-tsarist. He was arrested several times on minor charges and spent some time in Siberia. Many young radical colleagues died at this time in Siberia, and this is where he met Nadezhda Konstantinova Krupskaya...

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