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Vladimir Lenin Letter

Vladimir Lenin
12345 River Drive
Simbirsk, Russia
February 17, 2006

Harvard Law School
Professor Green
Harvard Law
Massachusetts Hall
Cambridge MA, 2138


Dear Professor Green,

Harvard Law School is one of the most prestige law school in the world. I would be honored to attend an organization as well built and famous as Harvard. Being in this school would make my dreams some true.
Harvard law school has the highest level of education and I would be honored to attend your school. I have met all of your requirements and I have exceeded a few by far. I’m a virtuous leader and I am willing to work hard for a degree at your school. I am a great speaker and I have a power to persuade the millions with my speeches. I am also the president and leader of many political groups that are just taking shape. I’m sure that I have met all the requirements and I’m ready to enlist at your school.

I’m prepared for an interview with the head master. I will be able to make it at the interview at anytime of the day. Please contact me at any time and I’ll be sure to make your appointment. Thank you for offering me this enrollment and I would like to thank the head master of Harvard.

Sincerely yours,
Vladimir Lenin

Vladimir Lenin
Simbirsk, Russia
April 22, 1870
Education
Attended Kazan University
Received a degree in law at St. Petersburg University
Continued to study independently after formal education
Received a license to practice law by 1891
Studied the system of Marxism

Experience
Lawyer’s assistant, Samara, Russia 1891 - 1893
Worked as an apprentice with the guide of a lawyer
Assisted in court

Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars 1919 – Death
Signed peace treaty with Germany
Removed Russia from World War I by agreeing to the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk

Revolutionist 1893 – Death
Turned Russia into a communist nation and overthrew the czar
Applied the ways of Marxism and revolutionary propaganda to win over the nation’s vote

Activities
Russian Social Democratic Labor Party (RSDLP) 1903 – 1907
Led the Bolsheviks faction after a split with the Mensheviks that was partly inspired by his pamphlet What is to be Done?
In 1906 he was elected to the Presidium of the RSDLP

Communist International 1919 – Death
Founded the party in March 1919 with Trotsky
Focused on a communist revolution rather than a socialist

Professional Skills
Leadership:
Revolutionist and devoted leader of many political groups
Took control of Russia by a revolution to run a communist nation
President and head leader of many political groups during the WWI era
Service to Others:
Leader of Russian and served his people by withdrawing from the war
Initiative and Motivated:
Self taught lawyer in post university years
Promoter of a communist nation
Deeply influenced by the method of Marxism
Influences:
Influenced by Marxism and communist methods that needed to be applied to Russia
Stalin was influenced by Lenin; he paved the road for Stalin to take over successfully



References:

Georgi Plekhanov
Aleksandr Kerensky
Fanya Kaplan

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