Episode 37 - Communist Democracy

In this one, we sat down with Colette from Ad Vincere Mundi to discuss the history of democratic centralism, and how it has been developed over the years, as well as other forms of democracy from ostensibly socialist origins.

Suggested Reading:

 Constitution of the Communist Party of the Philippines: https://bit.ly/2MojGOC

Constitution of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union: https://bit.ly/33IRj30

Parliamentary System of the DPRK: https://bit.ly/2H9bo91

The Soviets and Ourselves: Two Commonwealths by K.E. Holme: https://bit.ly/2YXEYt5

Stalin and the Struggle for Democratic Reform by Grover Furr: https://bit.ly/2ZclRef

Anarchists in the Russian Revolution: The Makhno Myth by Jason Yanowitz: http://www.isreview.org/issues/53/makhno.shtml

Democratic Centralism by Bay Area Socialist Organizing Committee: https://bit.ly/2Owsq1U

Who runs China? https://bit.ly/2THbQAL

Left-Wing Communism: An Infantile Disorder by Lenin: https://bit.ly/2YYuhq8

Intro music: 

"Proles Pod Theme" by Ransom Notes

Outro music:

Vladimir Konovalov Jazz Orchestra "The Legend of the Araratsky Valley"