The beginning of the idea of the Three Worlds: Lenin, 1920, on the winners and losers of WW1 (Chapter 3 of my "C,A")
100y ago. When Lenin quoted in extenso the "British philistine" J M Keynes: "As you know, however, these [Russian] debts do not disturb us, because we followed Keynes’s excellent advice just a little before his book appeared—we annulled all our debts."
Lenin: "I do not think any communist manifesto, or one that is revolutionary in general, could compare in forcefulness with those pages in Keynes’s book which depict Wilson and “Wilsonism” in action."