The Black Swan of the Russian Revolution
By Paul R. Gregory
Like the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Russian Revolution caught almost everyone off guard. Contrary to Marxist-Leninist dogma, the Bolsheviks victory resulted not from communisms alleged inevitability but rather from a series of coincidences and accidents that could have been otherwise.
|Other Independent Review articles by Paul R. Gregory|
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|Spring 2009||The Ship of Philosophers:How the Early USSR Dealt with Dissident Intellectuals|