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Speech at the nineteenth congress of the C.P.S.U. (B.)
Lavrenti Pavlovich Beria
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2. Firstly, this argument employs the concepts of ’democracy in general’ and ’dictatorship in general’, without posing the question of the class concerned. This non-class or above-class presentation, which supposedly is popular, is an outright travesty of the basic tenet of socialism, namely, its theory of class struggle, which socialists who have sided with the bourgeoisie recognize. Lenin had ended his speech a few hours earlier in the Petrograd Soviet with the bold words: "In Russia we must concern ourselves with the building of the proletarian socialist state." In the more formal decrees of the Congress of Soviets, the concepts of "the state" and of "socialism" were kept in the background.
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was a deviation from Leninism and that the pure faith was now preserved only in Peking. Particularly notable was the appeal to the authority of the Moscow Declaration of Communist parties of Novemberwhich was described by Lu Ting-yi as "the programme of the international.
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The party was founded in by the Founder: Vladimir Lenin.The poetical tendency of the present and of the preceding century has been divided in a manner singularly curious.
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