The International Committee of the Fourth International is continuing its commemoration of the centenary of the 1917 October Revolution with a second series of four weekly online lectures, beginning on October 14 and concluding on November 4.
The first group of lectures, held this past spring, examined the origins and outbreak of the Russian Revolution and the establishment of the bourgeois Provisional Government in February-March 1917.
This second series of lectures will examine the critical theoretical issues and political events that arose in the months and weeks leading up to the socialist revolution of October 1917, which established the first workers state in world history. The concluding lecture will focus on the historical legacy of the October Revolution.
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