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The SocialistsRevolutionaries and the Dilemma
The Psychology of the White Movement
Warlordism in the Russian
Workers Protest Movement Against War Communism
Origin Scope Dynamics
Peasant Wars in Tambov Province DELANO DUGARM
Unpublished Lenin RICHARD PIPES
The Bolshevik Assault
The Cultural Dimension
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activities appeared areas arrested Assembly August authority became began believed Bolsheviks called campaign Central Cheka church civil Committee Communism Communist confiscation congress continued Cossacks cultural death demanded Democratic detachments developed dictatorship early economic elections especially example Executive fact families famine February food supply forces front GARF grain groups Ibid ideas ideological important institutions insurgents intellectuals Izvestiia January July June Kolchak land leaders Left SRs Lenin letter liberal major March Marxism masses Mensheviks ment military Moscow movement October official opposition organizations party peasants Petrograd political popular Pravda Press proletariat province Red Army regime region reported resistance result revolution revolutionary role RTsKhIDNI rule Russian September social Socialist society soldiers Soviet struggle Tambov terror tion Trotsky uezd Union units University uprising values village Volunteers White women workers
第 141 頁 - Between capitalist and communist society lies the period of the revolutionary transformation of the one into the other. There corresponds to this also a political transition period in which the state can be nothing but the revolutionary dictatorship of the proletariat.
第 305 頁 - public meeting" democracy of the working people — turbulent, surging, overflowing its banks like a spring flood — with iron discipline while at work, with unquestioning obedience to the will! of a single person, the Soviet leader, while at work.
第 100 頁 - Research for this article was supported in part by a grant from the International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX) with funds provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the United States Department of State, which administers the Title VIII Program.
第 259 頁 - Research for this chapter was supported in part by a grant from the International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX), with funds provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the United States Department of State, which administers the Russian, Eurasian, and East European Research Program (Title VIII).
第 315 頁 - Man will become immeasurably stronger, wiser and subtler; his body will become more harmonized, his movements more rhythmic, his voice more musical. The forms of life will become dynamically dramatic. The average human type will rise to the heights of an Aristotle, a Goethe, or a M*arx. And above this ridge new peaks will rise.
第 302 頁 - ... peasantry; they will also be assured of the greatest revolutionary enthusiasm on the part of the army and the majority of the people, an enthusiasm without which victory over famine and war is impossible. There could be no question of any resistance to the Soviets if the Soviets themselves did not waver. No class will dare start an uprising against the Soviets, and the landowners and capitalists, taught a lesson by the experience of the Kornilov revolt, will give up their power peacefully and...
第 305 頁 - Such a revolution can be successfully carried out only if the majority of the population, and primarily the majority of the working people, engage in independent creative work as makers of history.
第 305 頁 - Given ideal class-consciousness and discipline on the part of those participating in the common work, this subordination would be something like the mild leadership of a conductor of an orchestra. It may assume the sharp forms of a dictatorship if ideal discipline and class-consciousness are lacking.
第 302 頁 - We shall send all the bread and footwear to the front. And then we shall save Petrograd. The resources, both material and spiritual, for a truly revolutionary war in Russia are still immense; the chances are a hundred to one that the Germans will grant us at least an armistice.