In Defense of the Russian Revolution: A Reply to the Post-Soviet School of Historical Falsification

David North

“These two lectures, delivered at the University of Michigan in the spring of 1995, challenge the claims of contemporary right-wing historians that the demise of the Soviet Union proved (1) that the October Revolution was nothing more than a putsch that lacked significant popular support; (2) that any effort to create a socialist society is doomed to failure; and (3) that the capitalist market is the only viable basis for human existence.”

Publisher: Labor
Pamphlet: 53 pages