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The Age of Uncertainty

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
A 13-part personal view by John Kenneth Galbraith of the rise and crisis of Industrial Society.
5: Lenin and the Great 'Ungluing.
1 The great discovery of World War I was not of the weakness of the old ruling structure, of the union of the traditional ruling classes and the new capitalist power. The discovery was of its almost incredible strength.'
Lenin spent most of the Great War exiled in Switzerland. He hoped that the soldiers in the trenches would act on his advice, turn against their leaders, -and achieve a world revolution.
A- revolution did come, but Lenin nearly missed his chance to be part of it.
Film cameramen
PHIL MEHEUX , HENRY FARRAR
Film editor JIM LATHAM
Producer DICK GILLING
Executive producer ADRIAN MALONE

Contributors

Unknown: John Kenneth Galbraith
Unknown: Phil Meheux
Unknown: Henry Farrar
Editor: Jim Latham
Producer: Dick Gilling
Producer: Adrian Malone






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