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The Russian Anarchists af Paul Avrich
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The Russian Anarchists (udgave 1967)

af Paul Avrich

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In the turmoil of the Russian insurrection of 1905 and the civil war of 1917, the anarchists attempted to carry out their programme of 'direct action' - workers' control of production, the creation of free rural and urban communes and partisan warfare against the enemies of free society. Paul Avrich consulted published material in five languages and anarchist archives worldwide to present this accurate picture of philosophers, bomb-throwers, workers, peasants and soldiers who fought and died for the freedom of 'Mother Russia'.… (mere)
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Titel:The Russian Anarchists
Forfattere:Paul Avrich
Info:Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1971, c1967.
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek, Digital books
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An excellent introduction to Russian anarchists in the period leading up to and including the 1917 revolution. Part I recounts the prequel in 1905 including the syndicalists and terrorists. The discussion of the influence of Michael Bakunin and his followers is a key aspect of this section. Part II focuses on 1917 and the struggle between anarchism and bolshevism, leading to the eventual failure of Russian anarchism. The ebb and flow of factional strife within the Anarchist movement is a key aspect in this section. This book would make a good adjunct to reading a more general history of the Russian revolution. ( )
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In the turmoil of the Russian insurrection of 1905 and the civil war of 1917, the anarchists attempted to carry out their programme of 'direct action' - workers' control of production, the creation of free rural and urban communes and partisan warfare against the enemies of free society. Paul Avrich consulted published material in five languages and anarchist archives worldwide to present this accurate picture of philosophers, bomb-throwers, workers, peasants and soldiers who fought and died for the freedom of 'Mother Russia'.

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