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THE END OF THE COMMUNIST
INTERNATIONAL

government and peaceful evolution to a more equitable social order, Were completely outmoded, that it was the task of the victorious Russian Bolsheviks to provide revolutionary leadership to the workers of all nations. The vision which guided Lenin was a Communist United States of Europe and ultimately a world Communist order.
Lenin was certain that the Bolsheviks, despite their enthusiasm in the first flush of victory, could not build a Communist society in Russia unless the working classes of advanced countries came to their aid. He saw his bold experiment doomed to failure unless backward agricultural Russia was joined by at least one of the great industrial states. He put his biggest hopes in a speedy revolution in Germany.
The last twenty years indicate that Lenin underestimated the significance of existing labour organizations, trade union as well as political, and overestimated the adaptability to Western Europe of Russian Bolshevism, with its battle-cry of the immediate overthrow of all government, democratic as well as autocratic, and the establishment of an International Communist Dictatorship.
For two decades the Communist International-the Comintern-founded, inspired and directed by the Russian Bolsheviks, sought to implant its methods and its programme beyond the boundaries of the Soviet Union. It established its Communist parties everywhere, patterned them closely after the highly centralized and disciplined Bolshevik model and made them responsible and obedient to the general staff in Moscow.
It sent its agents to every corner of the earth. It planned mass insurrections and military uprisings in Europe, in the Far East, and in the Western hemisphere. And finally, when all these efforts failed, it

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