the agrarian question, the conference adopted a resolution calling for the confiscation of the landed estates, which were to be placed at the disposal of the peasant committees, and for the nationalization of all the land. In the interval from October 1917 to February 1918 the Soviet revolution spread throughout the vast territory of the country at such a rapid rate that Lenin referred to it as a "triumphal march" of Soviet power. Krasnov was taken prisoner and pledged his "word of honour" to terminate the struggle against the Soviet power.
Party's policy of transition to socialist revolution. Lenin proposed to call our Party a Communist Party because this name precisely corresponded to the aim of the Party, namely, the achievement of Communism. Fifty million hectares of kulak land passed into the hands of the poor and middle peasants.
Similarly, by 1900 a strong revival movement was calling for the restoration of church autonomy and organizational reform. We might remember too that the director of Guaranty Trust was the father of Corliss Lamont, a domestic Communist. This strongly suggests that the syndicate was formed to cash in on earlier support for the Bolshevik cause in the revolutionary period. "To the extent that the elimination of national oppression is achievable at all in capitalist society, it is possible only under a consistently democratic republican system and state administration that guarantee complete equality for all nations and languages. During the demonstration, a small group of members of the Petro-grad Party Committee (Bagdatyev and others) issued a slogan demanding the immediate overthrow of the Provisional Government. The peaceful period of the revolution had ended, for now the bayonet had been placed on the agenda. The negotiations took place at a time when the country was in a state of economic disruption, when war-weariness was universal, when our troops were abandoning the trenches and the front was collapsing.