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Author: David Camfield

our understanding of the passage from soviet power to Stalinism (a process that has received less attention than the character of Stalinism itself). 3 This article takes up that challenge. It outlines a historical-materialist approach to the issues of revolution and counter-revolution that are most

In: Historical Materialism
Author: Wagner, Michael

Counter-revolution denotes the spectrum of political forces, inside and outside France, that opposed the changes brought about by the French Revolution (1789), and sought to prevent it or reverse it. Groups from the revolutionary side instrumentalized the term counter-revolution to discredit rival

Russia: From Proletarian Revolution to State-Capitalist Counter-Revolution is a selection of writings by the Marxist-Humanist philosopher Raya Dunayevskaya, which begins with an examination of Lenin’s Hegel Notebooks, his philosophic preparation for proletarian revolution, followed by a section on “What Happens After” the revolution--the first years post 1917. Analyses of Trotsky, Stalin, Bukharin, and Luxemburg are presented.
A key section is “Russia’s Transformation into Opposite: The Theory of State-Capitalism.” Opposition to Russian state-capitalism such as the 1953 East Germany Revolt and the 1956 Hungarian Revolution are described. Mao’s China as another form of state-capitalism, as well as the Sino-Soviet conflict, is discussed. The study ends with a “battle of ideas” with other analyses of the Revolution and its aftermath.

-Maidan could physically stop a Moscow Maidan, its formation served as a vehicle for the Kremlin to increase majority public support for the regime. 5 The Anti-Maidan provides evidence of the re-creation of preventive counter-revolution tactics by the Kremlin. The organization is a part of the Kremlin

In: Russian Politics
Author: Amadeo Bordiga

language is not collaborationist but extremist), for whom critical variants and complements are needed to correct its failures and its powerlessness. We are clearly in a period of social and political counter-revolution, but at the same time of full critical confirmation and victory. Russian

In: The Science and Passion of Communism
Author: Tom Brass

presenting struggle not in terms of class but rather ethnic/national identity, and challenging not capitalism per se but only the ‘abuses’ perpetrated by specific variants (finance, foreign). In short, laying the ground for counter-revolution. This chapter is divided into four parts, of which the first

In: Revolution and Its Alternatives
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Marx’s Philosophy of Revolution in Permanence for Our Day, a selection of writings by the Marxist-Humanist philosopher and revolutionary Raya Dunayevskaya, brings out the contemporary urgency of Marx’s work as a philosophy of revolution in permanence. That dialectic permeates the totality of Marx’s body of ideas and activities. Major themes include Marx’s transformation of the Hegelian dialectic; the inseparability of Marx’s economics, humanism, and dialectic; the battle of ideas with post-Marx Marxism, beginning with Engels; Black liberation, internationalism, and women’s liberation; today’s burning question of the relationship between spontaneity, organization, and philosophy; the emergence of counter-revolution from within the revolution; and the problem of what happens after the revolution.
In: Seeing Through the Eyes of the Polish Revolution
Author: Heirbaut

Supreme Court. Unlike his nominee, Nixon had a vision: he wanted a conservative counter-revolution to turn back the clock on the (in his eyes) too liberal Warren Court. Therefore, there were great fears that the Burger Court 608 COMPTES RENDUS would do exactly that. Criticism of the Burger Court was

In: Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis / Revue d'Histoire du Droit / The Legal History Review