By G. Edward Griffin
In spite of the widespread belief that Communism is dead, this lecture given
in 1968 is far from outdated. Communism has changed its name to Social
Democracy but continues to be a dynamic revolutionary force around the world.
Drawing upon Marxist revolutionary textbooks, Mr. Griffin shows that there
are two kinds of revolution: violent and non-violent. The non-violent stage
is accomplished in the name of democracy, and that is where most of the action
is happening in America today. 76-min.video, black and white.