Lenin: The Practice and Theory of Revolution

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Macmillan International Higher Education, 2001年3月13日 - 272 頁
A political and intellectual biographical study of Lenin which focuses on those aspects of his thought and political activities that had a bearing on the accession of the Bolsheviks to power in Russia in 1917 and the creation of the Soviet state. The book places Lenin in the context of his times and shows his relationship to other socialist thinkers. In particular it locates Lenin within the development of Marxist thought in Russia. Its historiographical chapter reveals the political factors which influenced the way biographies of Lenin were written in the Soviet Union. The book makes extensive use of first-hand materials including sources from the Russian archives.
 

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INTRODUCTION
1
1 THE MAKING OF A REVOLUTIONARY
13
2 A PARTY OF A NEW TYPE
40
3 THE 1905 REVOLUTION AND ITS AFTERMATH
68
4 THE FIRST WORLD WAR
100
5 LENIN AS REVOLUTIONARY
129
6 LENIN IN POWER
150
7 THE LENIN LEGEND
178
NOTES
203
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
220
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES
226
CHRONOLOGY
237
GLOSSARY
247
INDEX
253
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JAMES D. WHITE is Reader in Russian and East European History at the University of Glasgow.

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