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Revolution from North to South

A detachment of worker Red Guards poses for a photograph before departing for the front. Photograph by Ia. Shteinberg

A detachment of worker Red Guards poses for a photograph before departing for the front. Photograph by Ia. Shteinberg. David King Collection. (The Bolsheviks in Power, p. 191)

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The liberation struggles of peoples in the global South have been and still are closely linked with the challenge to capitalism. Indeed, the conflicts between capitalism and socialism and between North and South are inseparable. No socialism is imaginable outside of universalism, which implies the equality of peoples.… | more…

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