This episode is part one to a three-part series on Charles Bettleheim's Class Struggles in the USSR, First Period: 1917-1923. We hope you find this series helpful and check out Chase's 7 pg. summary of each section of this 600 pg. book previously released in patreon!
Cameron joins me to discuss both history and theory in this mini-series.
This particular episode discusses the class contradictions of Russia on the eve of 1917, socialism as a period of transition and continued class struggle between capitalism and communism, and the role of the Maoist party, the proletariat, and the masses in revolutionary struggle.
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