A Study on Lenin’s Discussion on Railway

Muyan HUANG

Abstract


Before the October Revolution, Lenin analyzed the role of railway in the development of capitalist economy, and he thought that the railway transportation accelerated the development of capitalism and opened up the world market. During the Russian Civil War, he repeatedly stressed the decisive role of railway during war time, and pointed out that the railway also played a leading role in the reform and construction of socialist cause. He proposed that the military and authoritative management with unified requirements should be adopted in the railway system. Besides, he believed that the department should strictly enforce the discipline of the railway workers, and rely on the training railway workers to serve for the socialist cause.


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Lenin; Railway; Socialist construction

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