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Lenin's Plan of Peaceful Socialist Construction

By I. Gladkov


Forty years ago, in March and April, 1918, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin wrote a work of a programmatic character, "Next Tasks of the Soviet Power," in which a concrete plan of socialist construction was drawn up. This plan was based on the laws of the transition from capitalism to socialism discovered by Marxism-Leninism, on the fact that the reconstruction of society along socialist principles was impossible without the dictatorship of the proletariat, without the abolition of private capitalist property and the transformation of the basic means of production into collective property. The starting point of Lenin's plan was that the forms of transition of various countries from capitalism to socialism may be different.

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