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by Neil Harding,Richard Taylor

eBook Marxism in Russia: Key Documents 1879-1906 ePub
Author: Neil Harding,Richard Taylor
Language: English
ISBN: 0521251230
ISBN13: 978-0521251235
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (June 30, 1983)
Pages: 429
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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Neil Harding, Richard Taylor. This book is a documentary record of the statements and debates that defined the formative period of a movement that has affected modern politics and history more than any other. It is generally acknowledged that not only were the theoretical problems faced by Russian Marxists during this period more complex than those encountered elsewhere but that they also brought to the resolution of these problems an originality and intellectual rigour second to none in the Marxist tradition.

Other Authors: Harding, Neil. by: Clark, Katerina Published: (2007).

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Marxism in Russia: Key Documents 1879-1906. Long before 1917 the distinction between agitation and propaganda had become a commonplace of Russian socialist theory and practice

Marxism in Russia: Key Documents 1879-1906. Long before 1917 the distinction between agitation and propaganda had become a commonplace of Russian socialist theory and practice. Indeed, these concepts had their origins in an earlier generation that preceded the emergence of Russian Marxism, with men such as Herzen, Bakunin, Chernyshevsky and Lavrov, and more particularly with the publication of journals such as Herzen’s Kolokol (The Bell).

Neil Harding, e. Marxism in Russia: Key Documents 1879–1906 (Cambridge, 1983). Tsuyoshi Hasegawa, The February Revolution: Petrograd 1917 (Seattle, 1981). George Katkov, Russia 1917: The February Revolution (London, 1967). Keep, The Rise of Social Democracy in Russia (Oxford, 1969). John Keep, The Russian Revolution: A Study in Mass Mobilisation (London, 1976). Baruch Knei-Paz, The Social and Political Thought of Leon Trotsky (Oxford, 1978).

Imperial Russia, 1815-1917. Section: Week 6: The Development of Russian Marxism. Next: Karl Marx, his life and environment.

Cambridge University Press. Imperial Russia, 1815-1917. Previous: Russia: people and empire, 1552-1917. Library availability.

This book is a documentary record of the statements and debates that defined the formative period of a movement that has affected modern politics and history more than any other. It is generally acknowledged that not only were the theoretical problems faced by Russian Marxists during this period more complex than those encountered elsewhere but that they also brought to the resolution of these problems an originality and intellectual rigour second to none in the Marxist tradition. As predominantly a movement of intellectuals during these years they achieved a level of articulation and sophistication unsurpassed in the literature of Marxism, and that makes them such a rewarding subject of study. Plekhanov, Akselrod, Lenin, Struve, Martov, Trotsky, Luxemburg and Kautsky all feature in both celebrated and little-known texts alongside anonymous pamphleteers and writers of resolutions, editorials, flysheets and programmes.
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