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He thought that the concentration of state-capitalist power gave rise to possibilities of direct socialist takeover of the levels of economic power. ', also written on the eve of the revolution. It is worth quoting from this at some length: This brings us to another aspect of the question of the state apparatus. In addition to the chiefly 'oppressive' apparatus - the standing army, the police and the bureaucracy - the modern state possesses an apparatus which has extremely close connections with the banks and syndicates, an apparatus which performs an enormous amount of accounting and 36 War, Revolution and Revolutionaries registration work, if it may be expressed this way.
His programme varied with the tactical situation, and his peasant programme varied too. In his famous April 1917 'theses', published soon after his return to Russia, there was a plain reference to the superiority of large-scale agriculture, and to the need to convert efficient private estates into large and productive (state) model farms. 8 But 'it is not enough to expose theoretically the petty bourgeois illusions of socialization of the land, equalized land tenure, a ban on wagelabour, e t c ' The line should be: 'the SRs have betrayed the peasants.
But what would happen when Tsarism was overthrown? The Mensheviks saw themselves as the social democratic opposition in a bourgeois-democratic republic. ' Social change would in due course create the conditions for socialism. This process would involve industrialization under capitalist auspices. They, like the Bolsheviks, had little support and few supporters in the villages, and so had little hope of a parliamentary majority in a country in which, if their objective of universal suffrage were to be achieved, the vast majority of the electorate would be peasants.
An Economic History of the USSR, 1917-91 by Alec Nove