Category Archives: Lenin

Liberal Imperialism (editorial comment)

Liberal Imperialism (editorial comment) The following contribution, from a posting in Juan Cole’s blog, is a pretty good expression of “humanitarian interventionism”. Its basic flaw is in not understanding the US (and the EU, and Japan) as imperialist powers (in … Continue reading

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Stalin, Murder and Unity

More cpusa discussion Stalin, Murder and Unity by:¬†PHIL AMADON sunday 6 march 2011Lenin’s leadership team was amazingly diverse. After all, Stalin, Trotsky and Bukharin all worked together under Lenin. Lenin fought for unity, but did not murder those in the … Continue reading

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Analysis of imperialism needs to be brought up to date

The CPUSA is having some internal discussions around “Imperialism”. You might want to first read the article, mentioned in the author’s first sentence, that this posting is replying to. Analysis of imperialism needs to be brought up to date by:¬†JOHN … Continue reading

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