Imperialism, the highest stage of capitalism ; a popular outline

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Written in the first half of 1916 and published in the spring of 1917, Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism remains, even after a century, the most organic synthesis of the characteristics of an epoch that is still continuing.
While the First World War was raging, faced with the theories of the bourgeoisie and opportunism, and linking himself back to the method of the Masters of Marxism, Lenin identified the economic and political characteristics of this historical phase, the contradictory laws of its development, and the content and forms of imperialism.
In his preface to the German and French editions of July 1920, the author stressed the dual political and strategic significance of this book.