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The Eternal Path to Communism From Marx via Lenin and Stalin to Solzhenitsyn and Gorbachev

The Eternal Path to Communism From Marx via Lenin and Stalin to Solzhenitsyn and Gorbachev It is shown that the destination of communists can never bereached. The goal of the perfect society is one which lies beyond thepowers of human nature. The analytical teachings of Marxism wereaccepted by Lenin who devoted himself to the implementation of them in aRussian setting and thereby creating a socialist society. The Party wasthe dictatorship of the proletariat and not averse to the use of force.Stalin sought to create the centrally planned economy with a mailed fistand became a selfappointed dictator at the same time as he paid lipservice to the MarxistLeninist ideology. Solzhenitsyn decries the evilsof the USSR and attributes them to the evils of the MarxistLeninistideology. Gorbachev, alive to the shortcomings of the socialist societyand the dangers of a nuclear war has, unlike his predecessors, assumedthe role of diplomat and peacemaker. Communism is still bent on worlddomination. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Social Economics Emerald Publishing

The Eternal Path to Communism From Marx via Lenin and Stalin to Solzhenitsyn and Gorbachev

International Journal of Social Economics , Volume 18 (5/6/7): 22 – May 1, 1991

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Emerald Publishing
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0306-8293
DOI
10.1108/03068299110145399
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Abstract

It is shown that the destination of communists can never bereached. The goal of the perfect society is one which lies beyond thepowers of human nature. The analytical teachings of Marxism wereaccepted by Lenin who devoted himself to the implementation of them in aRussian setting and thereby creating a socialist society. The Party wasthe dictatorship of the proletariat and not averse to the use of force.Stalin sought to create the centrally planned economy with a mailed fistand became a selfappointed dictator at the same time as he paid lipservice to the MarxistLeninist ideology. Solzhenitsyn decries the evilsof the USSR and attributes them to the evils of the MarxistLeninistideology. Gorbachev, alive to the shortcomings of the socialist societyand the dangers of a nuclear war has, unlike his predecessors, assumedthe role of diplomat and peacemaker. Communism is still bent on worlddomination.

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International Journal of Social EconomicsEmerald Publishing

Published: May 1, 1991

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