The Uses of History, 28 – What Good Are Revolutions?, 3

One of the great questions debated to this day is whether Russia would have fared better under a continuation of the Tsarist regime, or perhaps under a Social Democratic successor regime had Kerensky and his like successively navigated the storm of 1918.

One can hardly imagine that either of those two alternatives could have been more monstrous that what ensued under Bolshevist-Communism.