To the Finland Station; a Study in the Writing and Acting of History Topics for Discussion

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How did Michelet's approach to history differ from the others?

Why are the French Revolution and the Commune considered to be so important?

Describe the early efforts with communities and socialism. What was the longest lasting community?

Explain how Marx and Engels complemented one another.

Explain the concept of Dialectical Materialism.

Discuss the Marxian concept of class struggle and why revolution was a historical necessity.

How did the Russian Revolution occur? Why was Russia not the place where a Marxist revolution was expected?

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