The Russian Revolution in Retreat
Against The Current vol. 136

Farber, Samuel
Date Written:  2008-09-01
Publisher:  Against The Current
Year Published:  2008
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX13446

The relationship between “Leninism” and Stalinism has been a highly controversial topic between the political left and right as well as within the left itself. The “totalitarian” school of thought, historically associated with the political right and with many liberals, has held that there are no qualitative differences between the two regimes and that the main source of Stalinism was the Bolshevik ideology and politics that existed before the October Revolution.

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