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But even the stormiest activity can remain in the stage of demonstration or rebellion, without rising to the height of a revolution.The uprising of the masses must lead to the overthrow of the domination of one class and to the establishment of the domination of another. A mass uprising is no isolated undertaking, which can be conjured up any time one pleases.He also reaffirms its importance in history and how it can guide future generations of revolutionaries to “leap from the realm of necessity into the realm of freedom”.

In addition to defending staunchly the revolution Trotsky describes the causes, the revolutionary reserves forces backing the proletariat, the pre-requisites and balance sheet of the revolution.They arise historically, and then become fetters on further progress. Insurrection constitutes the sharpest and most critical moment in the struggle for power of two classes.“All that arises deserves to be destroyed.” But no ruling class has ever voluntarily and peacefully abdicated. The insurrection can lead to the real victory of the Revolution and to the establishment of a new order only when it is based on a progressive class, which is able to rally around it the overwhelming majority of the people.For this reason, and only for this reason, a revolution follows certain laws.But human consciousness does not merely passively reflect its objective conditions. At certain times this reaction assumes a tense, passionate, mass character. The active intervention of the masses in historical events is in fact the most indispensable element of a revolution.

In addition to defending staunchly the revolution Trotsky describes the causes, the revolutionary reserves forces backing the proletariat, the pre-requisites and balance sheet of the revolution.

They arise historically, and then become fetters on further progress. Insurrection constitutes the sharpest and most critical moment in the struggle for power of two classes.

“All that arises deserves to be destroyed.” But no ruling class has ever voluntarily and peacefully abdicated. The insurrection can lead to the real victory of the Revolution and to the establishment of a new order only when it is based on a progressive class, which is able to rally around it the overwhelming majority of the people.

For this reason, and only for this reason, a revolution follows certain laws.

But human consciousness does not merely passively reflect its objective conditions. At certain times this reaction assumes a tense, passionate, mass character. The active intervention of the masses in historical events is in fact the most indispensable element of a revolution.

This translation is taken from the Marxist Internet Archive.