Stalin's Kampf: Joseph Stalin's Credo

Stalin's Kampf: Joseph Stalin's Credo

Stalin's Kampf: Joseph Stalin's Credo

Stalin's Kampf: Joseph Stalin's Credo

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This compilation is an effort to make Stalin speak for himself. Ever since 1924 when Stalin, by shrewd political tactics, grabbed Lenin's toga and wrapped it firmly around his own obscurity, thousands of people have been speaking for and against him. Members of the Communist parties of the world and agents of the revolutionary sales organization, the Third International, have been his slavish spokesmen in times of trouble, and in times of peace they have attempted to create trouble in his name. Those who envied Stalin his control of the machinery of the Soviet government and of the Communist parties of the world-Trotskyites and their infinite variety of fissures -- have attacked him bitterly, because they feel that he is ruining the revolution. Many millions of impartial onlookers have been horrified at the brutality of his barbaric government by terror and purge. There, are others who, with a religious fervor that is more complimentary to their hearts than to their intelligence, have condoned whatever Stalin has done on the grounds that Capitalism is a disease and Communism a salvation. Outside of Russia and the sectarian Communist circles in this and other countries, very little . . .

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