One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: On Lars Lih’s Lenin

in Historical Materialism
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Abstract

Lars Lih’s Lenin Rediscovered seeks to replace the textbook-myth of Leninism with a painstaking reconstruction of ‘Lenin’s Erfurtian drama’. That reconstruction is more accurate than the Lenin-myth, but Lih’s step forward is marred by two steps back. One is his account of Lenin’s ‘worry about workers’. The other is Lih’s new translation of What Is to Be Done?.

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: On Lars Lih’s Lenin

in Historical Materialism

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