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Interviews Given to Foreign Correspondents by Vladimir Lenin
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I read this at a time when I was trying to educate myself a bit more on Russian politics. Having grown up in the Cold War era, I, of course, had no easy access to anything other than propaganda against the Russians in the suburban American enviroment. As for what Lenin sd? Given that I'm writing this 32+ yrs later, I don't really remember. No doubt it was full of strong & thoughtful words for the good of the people, blah, blah, blah. In the end, Lenin was just another politician - wch we need like a hole in the head. Wch is, of course, exactly what many people get when they disagree w/ politicians who get the power they want - whether they be American or Russian or whatever.

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October 1, 1975 – Finished Reading
January 8, 2008 – Shelved
March 17, 2008 – Shelved as: politics

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