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War and Revolution: Lenin and the Myth of Revolutionary Defeatism (Revolutionary Studies) epub ebook

by E. Haberkern,Hal Draper

War and Revolution: Lenin and the Myth of Revolutionary Defeatism (Revolutionary Studies) epub ebook

Author: E. Haberkern,Hal Draper
Category: World
Language: English
Publisher: Prometheus Books; y First edition edition (April 1996)
Pages: 159 pages
ISBN: 039103930X
ISBN13: 978-0391039308
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But what did "revolutionary defeatism" mean? .

But what did "revolutionary defeatism" mean? It is generally with this question that discussion dissolves into vague generalities. Hal Draper demonstrates that the slogan coined by Lenin in 1914 was based on a myth that Marx and Engels would have supported a war against tsarist Russia, even one waged by a bourgeois government.

War And Revolution book. The book offers a radical reconstruction of Lenin's anti-war arguments of 1914-18. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound.

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The Myth of Revolutionary Defeatism. The term "Revolutionary Defeatism"is one of the most confused and confusing slogans in the history of the socialist movement

The Myth of Revolutionary Defeatism. The term "Revolutionary Defeatism"is one of the most confused and confusing slogans in the history of the socialist movement.

War and revolution: Lenin and the myth of revolutionary defeatism Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press, 1996. Introduction to Hal Draper", Marxists Internet Archive, 1998. Draper, Hal," in Encyclopedia of the American Left, 2d e. ed. Mari Jo Buhle et al. (Oxford University Press, 1996).

Lenin was not the only Marxist of the time who reacted to the war with a. .The Content of the Myth

Lenin was not the only Marxist of the time who reacted to the war with a policy of consistent and thorough opposition to all varieties of social-patriotism or social-chauvinism. The Content of the Myth. At a certain time after Lenin’s death, and for reasons which we shall see, this defeatism became a fixed part of the Lenin-canon; to question it was to question a fundamental principle of Leninism. That it is any principle at all is part of a myth.

The Myth of Lenins Revolutionary Defeatism. Hal Draper This study was first published in New International, theoretical journal of the US Independent Socialist League

The Myth of Lenins Revolutionary Defeatism. Hal Draper This study was first published in New International, theoretical journal of the US Independent Socialist League. It appeared as a 3-part series in Vo. IX N. (September-October 1953), Vo. (November-December 1953) and Vo. X N. (January-February 1954). We are grateful to Barry Buitekant for providing us with copies.

This fifth and final volume of Hal Draper’s incomparable series was completed posthumously by Draper’s collaborator Ernest Haberkern

This fifth and final volume of Hal Draper’s incomparable series was completed posthumously by Draper’s collaborator Ernest Haberkern. It addresses the fact that Marx and Engels’s views on war, revolution and the relation between the two evolved over time in response to the turbulent political and military history of the nineteenth century. The result has been that anyone can select a text to prove that Marx and Engels held the author’s position.

Draper, Hal. War and Revolution: Lenin and the Myth of Revolutionary Defeatism. Culture and Power in Revolutionary Russia: The Intelligentsia and the Transition from Tsarism to Communism. Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey: Humanities Press International, 1996. This work proposes that the period of the New Economic Policy witnessed a consolidation of patters established during the Civil War. Read refutes the notion of Stalinism as inevitable, rather offering the continuing process of heightened control from Lenin to Stalin.

A great debate took place following the collapse of the socialist movement in the crisis of 1914. "Revolutionary defeatism" was the phrase used to define Lenin's antiwar position and to distinguish it, so it is claimed, from that of the other antiwar socialists including Rosa Luxemburg and Leon Trotsky. But what did "revolutionary defeatism" mean? It is generally with this question that discussion dissolves into vague generalities.Hal Draper demonstrates that the slogan coined by Lenin in 1914 was based on a myth that Marx and Engels would have supported a war against tsarist Russia, even one waged by a bourgeois government. Draper contrasts revolutionary defeatism with the "Third Camp" views of Rosa Luxemburg and Leon Trotsky, which, he suggests, offered a more defensible, lucid, and no less militant argument for the antiwar position.
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