Russian anarchists in the labour movement in the early 20th century - Anatoly Dubovik

Flax factory Kulotino 1905
Flax factory Kulotino 1905

In Soviet historiography, the social basis of Russian anarchism was routinely ascribed to the petite-bourgeoisie. This legend has persisted into the post-Soviet period, despite a lack of empirical evidence. Using the database he has painstakingly constructed over many years, the Ukrainian researcher Anatoly Dubovik seeks to deal with this question scientifically by means of a statistical analysis.

Submitted by Karetelnik on February 17, 2015

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Steven.

9 years 4 months ago

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Submitted by Steven. on February 17, 2015

This looks really interesting, thanks!

klas batalo

9 years 4 months ago

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Submitted by klas batalo on February 18, 2015

This is very good