To the Finland Station; a Study in the Writing and Acting of History - Part 3, Chapters 5-6 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapters 5-6 Summary and Analysis

Lenin continued his revolutionary writing in the years preceding the Revolution. In 1916, he published his book IMPERIALISM: THE LAST STAGE OF CAPITALISM, in which he updates Marxian theory in terms of monopoly and finance capital and the control of capital by England, France, Germany and the United States. These four countries controlled eighty percent of the colonies in the world. This was during the World War I era. The socialists continued to hold their conferences deciding who to support and who not to support in terms of Marxian theory.

Lenin worked to establish a revolutionary government in Russia during the Revolution and civil war. There were clashes with Trotsky and others over things like the shooting of looters. There was never any plan for what to do after the Revolution, and Lenin, feeling that the Revolution would...

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