LENIN'S CONCEPTION OF SOCIALISM IN ONE COUNTRY, 1915–17

@article{vanRee2010LENINSCO,
  title={LENIN'S CONCEPTION OF SOCIALISM IN ONE COUNTRY, 1915–17},
  author={Erik van Ree},
  journal={Revolutionary Russia},
  year={2010},
  volume={23},
  pages={159 - 181}
}
  • E. van Ree
  • Published 1 December 2010
  • Economics, History
  • Revolutionary Russia
This article discusses Lenin's conception of ‘socialism in one country’ during the years 1915 to 1917, in the context of the militarisation of his strategic thinking. Contrary to the standard view, Lenin was not merely referring to socialist revolution in one country, but also to the possibility of constructing a socialist economy in a single country; and, in this regard, it can be said that during the 1920s Stalin interpreted Lenin's views more correctly than did Trotsky. In Lenin's conception… 

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