Germany 1918: The Revolution That Could Have Buried Capitalism

Revolutionary Marxian socialists agree that socialism must be based on abundance – high technology, industrialization and mass production of goods. Because the first socialist experiment in Russia had  none of these things, Russia looked to Germany for support because: a) Germany was an industrial powerhouse; and b) Germany had the most organized socialist party in Europe. This article tracks the events in the revolution and shows us that the revolution was betrayed by the Social Democrats.
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