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Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
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New Economic Developments in Peasant Life

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It took a good deal of negotiation and courage for Lenin and a group of like-minded Russian revolutionaries to travel from Switzerland back to Russia through the enemy country of Germany. The man who returned to Russia in the spring of 1917 was of medium height, quite bald, except for the back of his head, with a reddish beard. The features of his face were strikingslanted ...more
Published 1893

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Jun 19, 2014 Claire rated it liked it
I noted while reading this why V.I. Lenin is so scary.

I like this book since it smells so nice, which is somewhat shallow, but the best I can say about the dreadful Vladimir Ilyich Lenin.

I thought while reflecting on the economic development of peasant life that peasants don't have money, so they automatically don't have capital. The economy of peasants is different, in terms of labour and energy expense.
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Lenin, Vladimir Ilyich (1870-1924) - one of the leaders of the Bolshevik party since its formation in 1903. Led the Soviets to power in October, 1917. Elected to the head of the Soviet government until 1922, when he retired due to ill health.

Lenin, born in 1870, was committed to revolutionary struggle from an early age - his elder brother was hanged for the attempted assassination of Czar Alexande
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