How did lenins bolshevik ideas differ from marxs?
Lenin’s theories do not differ from Marx’s. A liberal, bourgeois belief exists today, which attempts to defend Marx (as well as to distort and create a watered-down version of Marx) while ignoring Lenin; primarily because people understand neither Marx nor Lenin, but also in an attempt to strip the proletariat of the means to come to power. Lenin is lumped in with Stalin, which is absurd. These two men had drastically different viewpoints, one correct and one wrong, but people do not take the time to discover this. Lenin, in accordance with Marx, supported the international revolution, while Stalin took the chauvinistic path of “socialism in one country.” Two other users provide ignorant and very poorly researched answers. Lenin spoke at great length of the PROLETARIAT as the vanguard, not the Bolsheviks. I would suggest to anyone that reading primary sources is a far better way to arrive at the correct answer, rather than a few, unreliable internet searches. The theoretical model Leni