In 1922 and 1923, V.I. Lenin, central leader of the world’s first socialist revolution, waged what was to be his last political battle. At stake was whether that revolution, and the international movement it led, would remain on the proletarian course that had brought workers and peasants to power in October 1917. Indispensable to understanding how the privileged caste led by Stalin arose and the consequences for the class struggle in the 20th and 21st centuries.
A new and informative introduction written by Jack Barnes and Steve Clark. Recommended for large academic collections ... . Library Journal online review of the Spanish edition La última lucha de Lenin
“Told with his own documents and writings, Lenin’s Final Fight is a fascinating read.”—Midwest Book Review