Leninism: leninism, principles expounded by vladimir i lenin, who was the preeminent figure in the russian revolution of 1917 whether leninist concepts represented a contribution to or a corruption of marxist thought has been debated, but their influence on the subsequent development of communism in the. The first lecture introduces students to the course and to imperial russia, the country in which stalin was born it describes social and economic condition and the political situation in the russian empire in the late 19th - early 20th century.
Stalin and stalinism in russian history about this course the first lecture introduces students to the course and to imperial russia, the country in which stalin was born. Stalinism and how stalin used his power to change marxism-leninism highlighted archive collections challenges to capitalism russian revolution and the establishment of the communist state. By lenin the majority of the people have to opress the minority of the people (burgeosie), by stalin the bolshevik-stalinist minority has to opress the majority of the people and this will guarantee the socialism in soviet russia.
From leninism to stalinism: the question of whether or not stalinism was a logical continuation of leninism is a difficult one stalinism did take significantly more drastic measures than leninism did there were differences in policy but in spite of these, stalinism still found its basis in leninism even trotsky, a friend of lenin and a staunch opponent of stalin, grudgingly admits that stalinism did issue from bolshevism (trotsky.
Leninism is the political theory for the organisation of a revolutionary vanguard party and the achievement of a dictatorship of the proletariat as political prelude to the establishment of socialism. It meant that the capitalism step by step resurrected in the country, the socialism, as a state-supported economical system did not worked at all so the connection between the leninism and the stalinism rooted in the reality, and in the conception of dictatura of proletariat (a marxist heritage, principle of the worker-socialism. Stalinism is the means of governing and related policies implemented from around 1927 to 1953 by joseph stalin (1878–1953.
Led by stepan petrichenko and consisting of russian sailors, soldiers and civilians, the rebellion was one of the reasons for vladimir lenin's and the communist party's decision to loosen its control of the russian economy by implementing the new economic policy (nep.