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China Mieville's 'October': The Bolsheviks Are Back in Vogue


What was the secret of the Russian Revolution? What lessons -- both positive and negative -- does it hold for the present day?

The Russian Revolution has never been short of historians and interlocutors. Now, midway through the centenary of the epoch-changing insurrection, the volume of studies has amped up to an unprecedented degree. Renewed interest in the revolution stems not only from its timely centenary, but also from the fact that social conditions around the world are rapidly reverting to a scale of inequality and disenfranchisement eerily similar to that of a century ago. Whether it’s radical…

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