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Revolutionary Union

Red Papers, #7: How Capitalism has been Restored in the Soviet Union and What This Means for the World Struggle


First Published: October 1974.
Transcription, Editing and Markup: Paul Saba
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I. Some Questions of Theory

II. The Origins of Capitalist Restoration and the Rise of N. S. Khrushchev

III. The Soviet Economy Under Brezhnev and Kosygin: The Full Establishment of Capitalist Relations of Production

IV. Soviet Social-Imperialism Around the World

V. Everyday Life Under Soviet Social-Imperialism

VI. The Soviet People Fight Back

VII. The Cultural Revolution and the Class Struggle Under Socialism

VIII. Conclusion–the Significance of the Emergence of Soviet Social-Imperialism

Appendix 1: Revisionist Economic lntegration and lts Contradictions. Source: Albania Today, No.3, (16), 1974.

Appendix 2: Serious Fluidity of Manpower in Soviet Union. Source: Peking Review, No.39, Sept. 27, 1974.

Appendix 3: Report of a Recent Visit to the USSR

Appendix 4: On the Report of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Delivered by Comrade Khrushchev to the Twentieth Party Congress