The October Revolution in Prospect and Retrospect: Interventions in Russian and Soviet History

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BRILL, Jun 8, 2012 - Political Science - 284 pages
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John Marot tracks the development of Bolshevism from its inception in 1904 to the October Revolution in 1917. In the post-October period, the author, drawing on the work of Robert Brenner, shows that any NEP-premised programme of economic advance was destined to fail.
  

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Contents

Rethinking the Destruction of the October Revolution
11
Theory and Practice
87
Critical Perspectives on the Social History of the Russian Revolution
117
Reply to William G Rosenberg and SA Smith
166
Chapter Five A Postmodern Approach to the Russian Revolution? Comment on Ronald Suny
181
Chapter Six Alexander Bogdanov Vpered and the Role of the Intellectual in the Workers Movement
187
Reply to Andrzej Walicki Aileen Kelly and Zenovia Sochor
211
Toward A Deeper Appreciation of the 19089 Philosophical Debate in Russian Social Democracy
220
Alexander Bogdanov and the SocioTheoretical Foundations of Vpered
238
References
263
Index
271
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