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with Chris Hedges, Kali Akuno and Richard D. Wolff
Left Forum 2019
A century ago, Lenin led the world’s first revolution against capitalism that successfully established a new and different government and society, the USSR. Lenin’s work before, during and shortly after that revolution left a legacy of insights, strategies, and programs. This panel aims to highlight and discuss some of the most pertinent aspects for today of Lenin’s life and work. We intend to include time for audience participation and discussion.
OpenUnivoftheLeft on Jul 1, 2019
Left Forum 2019, Lenin: His Work’s Pertinence Here and Now, Dr. Richard D. Wolff, Chris Hedges, Laura Flanders, Kali Akuno, LIU Brooklyn, 6-28-2019, New York City, New York
[Hedges begins at 4:42 minutes into the video; Akuno begins at 28:25; Wolff begins at 43:14; Q&A begins at 1:11:29]
Transcript: The Dilemma of Vladimir Lenin by Chris Hedges
from the archives:
David Harvey, Michael Hudson, David Kotz and Alexander Buzgalin: The End of the “End of History” (Left Forum 2019)
Michael Hudson, David Harvey and Bertell Ollman: Three Marxist Takes On Climate Change, Left Forum 2019
Chris Hedges: The Radical Transformation of Jackson, MS
Caleb Maupin: The Actual Nature of Revolution
The Difference Between Socialism, Communism, and Marxism Explained by a Marxist
Abby Martin and Brian Becker: The First Time The Red Flag Was Waved + Caleb Maupin: Why Did The Russian Revolution Happen?
Chris Hedges and Richard D. Wolff at the Left Forum 2016: Rosa Luxemburg: Reform or Revolution?
Lenin on State and Revolution by Gaither Stewart, Part 5
Lenin on Imperialism and Capitalism by Gaither Stewart, Part 4
Lenin: The Working Class as the Vanguard Fighter for Social Democracy by Gaither Stewart, Part 3
Lenin on Tactics of the Democratic Revolution by Gaither Stewart, Part 2
Lenin on Compromises by Gaither Stewart, Part 1