The Third Revolution: Popular Movements in the Revolutionary Era, Volumen3

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A&C Black, 2004 M06 15 - 416 páginas
This major four-volume project is a comprehensive account of the great revolutions that swept over Europe and America during the past three centuries. Throughout, the emphasis is on the popular movements that propelled the great revolutions to radical peaks, the little-known leaders who spoke for the people, and the liberatory social forms to which the revolutions gave rise. The four volumes of The Third Revolution form a dramatic ensemble that encompasses the hopes and social conflicts of past eras, as well as prospects for the coming century.

The third volume of The Third Revolution, begins with the Russian Revolution of 1905. The narrative moves to the crisis faced by international socialism at the outbreak of the Great War in 1914, and thence to the Russian Revolution of February 1917, the Bolshevik Red October, and the crucial German Revolution of 1918-19.

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Peasants and Populists Workers and Marxists
24
Bolsheviks and Mensheviks
62
The Crisis of Socialism
119
Part IX
137
Chapter 44
157
Chapter 45
174
Chapter 46
191
Chapter 47
208
Chapter 48
233
Chapter 49
258
Chapter 50
278
Bibliographical Essay
333
Index
341
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Murray Bookchin, Institute of Social Ecology, Vermont is the foremost social theorist and political philosopher of libertarian left known for introducing ecology as a concept relevant to radical political thought. His writings range from politics and ecology through anthropology to history.

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