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For a Leninist Party: Tribune of the People!
22 Jul 2002
Modified: 30 Jul 2002
a Spartacus Youth Club class on basic Marxism
Saturday, July 27th at 1 pm
Harvard University
Loker Common (basement of Memorial Hall)

For readings and information contact:
Boston Spartacus Youth Club
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Is this what we need? A Leninist party?
22 Jul 2002
If you think this is the best way to work for positive change, I think it is time for you to do some basic rethinking, and time to free yourself from your stale ideologies.

I don't mean this as an insult, but as an invitation to look at the pattern of your life, and if you are really, truly causing the change you desire by your actions, within the framework of the Spartacus Youth Club.
oh my...
23 Jul 2002
it's not enough that y'all think that a leninist state is gonna be the solution, but now you're gathering in harvard for a meeting? great. call me when you start organizing in roxbury.
Appropriate post?
24 Jul 2002
I ugess that it's good that this has sparked a few comments, but this is not an article. It doesn't even pretend to be. Heck, it doesn't contain a full sentence! If you want to advertise events, there are other places to do it.
Nikolai Lenin, friend of the People?
30 Jul 2002
Nikolai Lenin, friend of the People? Really now.
He established the first Soviet forced labor camp in the Solovetsky Island northwest of Archangel (Holmogor, in 1921). Slave labor in the next 30 years built 9 new Russian cities, 12 railway lines, 6 heavy industry centers, 3 large hydroelectric stations, 2 highways, and 3 ship canals.