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We are ProleWiki, a communist (Marxist-Leninist) project founded in September 2020. Our aim is to build an anti-imperialist and proletarian collaborative encyclopedia, with information on current events, communist parties worldwide, countries, and more. We also host a library of texts important to the international proletarian movement, from Marx and Engels to Lenin and Stalin. Since our beginning in 2020, we currently have 2,401 articles and counting.

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Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (22 April 1870 — 21 January 1924), also known as Vladimir Lenin, was a Russian revolutionary leader, political and economic theorist, philosopher and statesman. He was the main leader of the October Revolution, which led to the establishment of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the first workers and peasants state.

Lenin's main contribution to Marxist theory was his theory of imperialism, the domination of monopolies and cartels. In many of his works, he also contributed greatly to the development of a Marxist praxis, the strategy and tactics of the revolution, the Marxist theory of state, and the structuring of a proletarian organization through democratic centralism.

Lenin's political and theoretical activity, his writings of the 1890s and the beginning of the 20th century, his resolute struggle against opportunism and revisionist attempts to distort Marxist theory, his struggle for the creation of a revolutionary political party is considered the Leninist contribution to Marxism, now commonly referred to as Marxism-Leninism.

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