The Permanent Revolution Results And Prospects

Author: Leon Trotsky
Editor: Red Letter Press
ISBN: 0932323294
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Originally published: Moscow; New York: Progress Publishers/ Militant Publishing Association, 1931.

The Permanent Revolution And Results And Prospects

Author: Leon Trotsky
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U S A The Permanent Revolution

Author: Russell Wheeler Davenport
Editor: Praeger Pub Text
ISBN: 9780313225000
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The Permanent Revolution

Author: Alan Hirsch
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118173589
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A new brand of apostolic ministry for today's world The Permanent Revolution is a work of theologicalre-imagination and re-construction that draws from biblicalstudies, theology, organizational theory, leadership studies, andkey social sciences. The book elaborates on the apostolic rolerooted in the five-fold ministry from Ephesians 4 (apostles,prophets, evangelists, shepherds, and teacher), and itssignificance for the missional movement. It explores how theapostolic ministry facilitates ongoing renewal in the life of thechurch and focuses on leadership in relation to missionalinnovation and entrepreneurship.The authors examine the nature oforganization as reframed through the lens of apostolicministry. Shows how to view the world through a biblical perspective andcontinue the "permanent revolution" that Jesus started Outlines the essential characteristics of apostolic movementand how to restructure the church and ministry to be moreconsistent with them Alan Hirsch is a leading voice in the missional movement of theChristian West This groundbreaking book integrates theology, sociology, andleadership to further define the apostolic movement.

Lenin Trotsky And The Theory Of The Permanent Revolution

Author: John Peter Roberte
Editor: Wellred Books
ISBN: 1900007525
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Today, yet again, from Latin America to Nepal, in India and the Middle East, the question of which strategy the masses should adopt to take control of their own lives is being posed. Without exception the leaders of the mass workers’ parties urge class-collaboration as the way forward. Actively supported by the national Communist Parties and even Maoist guerrilla groups a petty-bourgeois amalgam proposes collaboration with the so-called national bourgeoisie as the only path to national independence and democracy. In the century since the Russian Revolution, the first modern, popular revolution to succeed in throwing out the imperialists, much time and effort has been spent, especially by the former Soviet bureaucracy, in neutering Lenin – praising him while tearing out the revolutionary heart of his theories. This book demonstrates that the Russian Revolution, a model for a victorious, popular revolution in a semi-colonial country in the era of imperialism, required not a bourgeois-democratic, but a socialist revolution for the people to take power. The old regime had to be destroyed and the state and governmental power seized by the working classes before it was possible to achieve national independence and carry though any meaningful agrarian reform for the benefit of the peasantry. Lenin’s close collaborator in October 1917 was Leon Trotsky and the success of that revolution was due to the combination of the discipline and organisation of Lenin’s Bolshevik Party and Trotsky’s political theory of the permanent revolution. This book goes back to basics, critically analysing and comparing Lenin’s and Trotsky’s own writings, which are sited in their source and inspiration - the Russian Revolution of 1905. It is shown that Lenin, in October 1917, adopted the perspectives of Permanent Revolution: that to finally rid Russia of autocracy, and legitimise the peasants’ seizure of the land, the Russian Revolution required the introduction of the dictatorship of the proletariat, and the first steps towards the collectivisation of the means of production. Those who attack the theory of Permanent Revolution never challenge the correctness of its basic concept, that the international socialist revolution could begin in semi-feudal Russia. Instead, in the guise of anti-Trotskyism, they deny the validity of Lenin’s struggle for a socialist revolution in October 1917.

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Permanent Revolution

Author: Leon Trotsky
Editor: Independently Published
ISBN: 9781097745838
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Permanent Revolution, by Leon Trotsky was originally published in 1931. The work delineates Trotsky's well-known notion of "Permanent Revolution", where an undeveloped nation may go through stages of "combined and uneven development", that fuses elements of both backward and advanced nations. The term originally coined by Marx and Engels, but developed by Trotsky, means that the revolution makes no compromise, without particular class rule, and does not stop at the democratic stage, going to a war against reaction from without, creating a revolution in which every successive stage is rooted in the prior one, and can only be complete liquidation.