More Deadly Than War (1968)

G. Edward Griffin

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In spite of the widespread belief that Communism is dead, this lecture given in 1968 is far from outdated.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.

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