The October Revolution in Prospect and Retrospect: Interventions in Russian and Soviet History
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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1905 Revolution action activity agrarian agriculture Alexander Bogdanov argued argument basis Bogdanov Bolshevik Party Bolshevism bourgeois ideology building socialism Bukharin bureaucracy capitalism capitalist Chapter Cliff collectivisation Communist Party consciousness critical democracy democratic Duma economic crisis Empiriocriticism epistemological existence experience factory-committees favour historical industrialisation industry intellectuals interests Kelly Koenker and Rosenberg kulaks labour labour-movement land leadership Left Opposition Lenin Lenin’s view Lewin Lunacharsky Machists Marx’s Marxist masses material materialist Mensheviks movement objective October Revolution organised otzovists outcome paedagogical party-political peasantry peasants philosophical political competition political historians position practice Preobrazhensky programme proletarian proletarian culture Provisional Government realise reality reformist relations relationship revolutionary Rosenberg and Koenker RSDLP Russian Revolution social historians Social-Democratic socialist society Soviet specific Stalin Stalin’s policies Stalinist strikes struggle Suny surpluses theory thought tion trade-union transformation Trotsky Trotsky’s Trotskyist tsarist tutelary role Vpered Vperedists worker-peasant alliance workers working-class worldview