The Revolutionary Tactics of the Bolshevik Party in 1917 - part 1

This is one of the recordings made at the Socialist Appeal (Britain) day school in June, where comrades gathered to discuss the Marxist theory of the State and the Revolutionary Tactics of the Bolshevik Party in 1917. In the first part of this session Rob Sewell talks about the nature of revolution, and how a revolutionary situation occurs not necessarily in a boom or slump, but more likely in a rapid change in living conditions. This file may take a while to download.

This is one of the recordings made at the Socialist Appeal (Britain) day school in June, where comrades gathered to discuss the Marxist theory of the State and the Revolutionary Tactics of the Bolshevik Party in 1917. In the first part of this session Rob Sewell talks about the nature of revolution, and how a revolutionary situation occurs not necessarily in a boom or slump, but more likely in a rapid change in living conditions. This file may take a while to download. 

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