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Sexual Relations and the Class Struggle, Communist Morality and other Writings Anarcho-communist institute

Sexual Relations and the Class Struggle, Communist Morality and other Writings

Anarcho-communist institute

Published May 27th 2014
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Quotes: The communist economy does away with the family. In the period of the dictatorship of the proletariat there is a transition to the single production plan and collective social consumption, and the family loses its significance as an economicMoreQuotes: The communist economy does away with the family. In the period of the dictatorship of the proletariat there is a transition to the single production plan and collective social consumption, and the family loses its significance as an economic unit. The economic dependence of women on men and the role of the family in the care of the younger generation also disappear as the communist elements in the workers’ republic grow stronger.Communist morality, therefore, while openly recognising the normality of sexual interests, condemns unhealthy and unnatural interest in sex (excesses, for example, or sexual relations before maturity has been reached, which exhaust the organism and lower the capacity of men and women for work)This e-book contains active Table of Contents, several bonus graphics and these 7 essays/works- in this order:-The Woman Worker and Peasant in Soviet Russia-Theses on Communist Morality in the Sphere of Marital Relations- Sexual Relations and the Class Struggle (all from 1921)-Women fighters in the days of the Great October Revolution- What has the October Revolution done for Women in the West? (both form 1927)-The Soviet Woman – a Full and Equal Citizen of Her Country- Lenin Thought of Both Great and Small (both from 1946)Edited for typos and minor grammatical mistakes, formatted for Kindle e-reader software. No introduction (that can be read in other Kollontai books from Anarcho-Communist institute).