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The Anarchists In The Russian Revolution (Documents of Revolution)

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The Anarchists In The Russian Revolution (Documents of Revolution)

by Paul Avrich

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ISBN 13
9780500750018
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London: Thames & Hudson. Hardcover. 1973. First edition (not stated). Red cloth over boards, stamped in gold. Very Good book in a Very Good jacket. Interior is pristine. Spine is straight and tight. Ends and corners lightly bumped. Rubbing, edge and corner wear to jacket. 179 pages.

A collection of documents from the anarchists in the Russian Revolution and Civil War of 1917-1921, includes contributions from Kropotkin, Goldman, Makhno, Sokolov, Volin, Pavlov, Grachev, Berkman, Maksimov and many others.

Contents:
Part 1. The February Revolution;
1. The revolution ahead / Volin (V.M. Eikhenbaum) (23 March 1917);
2. A greeting to freedom / Iuda Roshchin (May 1917);
3. Why I am an anarchist / N. Petrov (23 October 1917);
4. Appeal (poem) / Stepan Stepanov (23 October 1917);
Part 2. Aspects of anarchism;
5. Atheism;
a. Arise! / I. Selitsky (12 October 1917);
b. Atheist manifesto (12 May 1919);
c. My God (poem) / E. Zaidner-Sadd (7 January 1920);
6. Anti-militarism : reply / Geneva Group of Anarchist-Communists (August 1916);
7. Anti-intellectualism;
a. Proclamation (27 January 1918);
b. Pan-anarchist manifesto (1918);
c. Anarcho-futurist manifesto (14 March 1919);
8. Individualism;
a. Nothing forgotten and nothing learned / A.L. and V.L. Gordin (22 October 1917);
b. Anarchist manifesto / A.A. Borovoi (1918);
9. Anarchist youth : comrades! (April 1919);
10. Education : theses on the cultural organization of Russia (November 1918);
11. The future society;
a. The free commune and the free city / N.I. Pavlov (16 September 1918);
b. Anarchist communism / A. Grachev (15 September 1917);
Part 3. Workers' control;
12. Declaration of the Petrograd Union of Anarcho-Syndicalist propaganda (4 June 1917);
13. On trade unions and factory committees / G.P. Maksimov (August 1917);
14. A note on syndicalism / A.A. KIarelin (28 November 1917);
15. To the worker / Ia. Masalsky (19 December 1917);
Part 4. Social revolution;
16. The Durnovo dacha (9 June 1917);
17. Towards the moment / I.S. Bleikhman (9 September 1917);
18. The crisis of power / A.M. Shapiro (8 September 1917);
19. Two anarchist speeches (10 September and 19 October 1917);
20. Marxism and revolution / Gregory Raiva (29 September 1917);
21. Revolutionary dead end (22 October 1917);
22. What next? / E.Z. Dolinin (2 October 1917);
23. Is this the end? (20 October 1917);
24. Down with words! / Anna Vladimirova (29 September 1917);
Part 5. The October insurrection;
25. Two editorials (3 and 6 November 1917);
26. Party blindness / N.I. Pavlov (18 November 1917);
27. Speech on the Constituent Assembly (10 October 1917);
28. The Bolsheviks and the Constituent Assembly / I.S. Bleikhman (28 November 1917);
29. The soviets of workers', soldiers', and peasants' deputies / G.P. Maksimov (22 December 1917);
30. The people / Volin (26 February 1918);
Part 6. Civil war;
31. "Soviet anarchists" / Bill Shatov and Iuda Roshchin (1920);
32. Declaration on expropriations (11 March 1918);
33. Raids on anarchists (April 1918);
34. Arise people!: two proclamations (14 and 24 July 1918);
35. Era of dynamite (song) (1918);
36. To the anarchists (poem) / Victor Triuk (5 March 1918);
37. Three resolutions (August-September 1918);
38. The state and state socialists / A. Sokolov (14 July 1918);
39. Paths of revolution / M. Sergven (16 September 1918);
40. The Red Army (April 1919);
Part 7. Makhno;
41. Manifesto (1918);
42. Agricultural communes / Nestor Makhno (1918);
43. To all peasants and workers of the Ukraine (7 January 1920);
44. Who are the Makhnovists and what are they fighting for? (27 April 1920);
45. Pause! Read! Consider! (June 1920);
Part 8. Anarchists in prison;
46. A letter from prison / P. Mogila (April 1919);
47. One day in the Cheka's cellar / G.P. Maksimov (Spring 1919);
48. Two letters to Lenin / Peter Kropotkin (4 March and 21 December 1920);
49. Message to the workers of the West / Peter Kropotkin (June 1920);
Part 9. Kronstadt;
50. The Petropavlovsk resolution (28 February 1921);
51. What we are fighting for (8 March 1921);
52. Where there is authority there is no freedom (March 1921);
53. The Bolshevik myth / Alexander Berkman (March and September 1921);
54. My disillusionment in Russia / Emma Goldman.

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Bookseller
Books of the World US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
RWARE0000000728
Title
The Anarchists In The Russian Revolution (Documents of Revolution)
Author
Paul Avrich
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Jacket condition
Very Good
Quantity available
1
Edition
First Edition
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 10
0500750017
ISBN 13
9780500750018
Publisher
Thames & Hudson
Place of Publication
London
Date published
1973
Keywords
history, anarchism, anarchists, revolution, social revolution, syndicalism, February Revolution, October Revolution, Russian Revolution, Kronstadt, Kropotkin, Makhno, Russia, Soviet Union
Bookseller catalogs
Anarchist Literature; History; Russia, Soviet Union, etc.; Europe; Britain;
Size
8vo

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