„Capitalism in its imperialist stage leads directly to the most comprehensive socialisation of production; it, so to speak, drags the capitalists, against their will and consciousness, into some sort of a new social order, a transitional one from complete free competition to complete socialisation. Production becomes social, but appropriation remains private. The social means of production remain the private property of a few. The general framework of formally recognised free competition remains, and the yoke of a few monopolists on the rest of the population becomes a hundred times heavier, more burdensome and intolerable.“

— Vladimír Iljič Lenin, Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism: Full Text of 1916 Edition

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Vladimír Iljič Lenin18
ruský politik, vedl Říjnovou revoluci 1870 - 1924

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