In this book, John Ehrenberg offers an analysis of Marx's
controversial theory of the dictatorship of the proletariat, and
argues that it can no longer be displaced or ignored as the viable
democratic centre of Marxist political thought. The author traces
the development of the theory from the early work of Marx and of
Engels through to Lenin's death in 1924. It also offers insights
about contemporary socialism's theoretical and political crises.
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