Iran 1979: A revolution that was taken from the working class

 So how did a movement led by right-wing political Islam prise power away from the Iranian working class? Comprising three to four million among a 35 million population, the working class was numerically bigger than it was in Russia in October 1917. Crucially, the Tudeh had not grasped the lessons of Trotsky’s theory of the ‘Permanent Revolution’, that was confirmed by events during the Russian revolution, relating to semi-industrial countries like Russia and Iran.  


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