WC14 - MARXISM IN RUSSIA MARXISM GEORGE PLEKHANOV...

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Unformatted text preview: MARXISM IN RUSSIA MARXISM GEORGE PLEKHANOV (1856-1918) GEORGE EMANCIPATION OF LABOR (1883, EMANCIPATION GENEVA) VLADIMIR ULIANOV (NICHOLAS LENIN, VLADIMIR ULIANOV (NICHOLAS LENIN, 1870-1924) UNION OF STRUGGLE FOR THE UNION EMANCIPATION OF THE WORKING THE WORKING CLASS (1895, ST. PETERSBURG) LEON TROTSKY (LEV BRONSHTEIN, LEON 1879-1940) SOUTH RUSSIAN WORKERS’ UNION SOUTH WORKERS’ (1897) RUSSIAN SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC LABOR RUSSIAN DEMOCRATIC LABOR PARTY (1898) THE SECOND RSDLP CONGRESS (1903, THE BRUSSELS AND LONDON) THE MENSHEVIKS (MINORITY) THE (MINORITY) THE BOLSHEVIKS (MAJORITY) THE (MAJORITY) THE TROTKYISTS (1906) THE THEORY OF PERMANENT REVOLUTION THEORY NICHOLAS II (1894-1917) NICHOLAS _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ REFORMS IN INDUSTRY (GOVERNMET ORDERS, LIBERAL CREDITS, PROTECTIONISM) TRANS-SIBERIAN RAILWAY (1891-1903) HEAVY CONCENTRATION OF INDUSTRY A WORKING DAY OF ELEVEN AND A HALF HOURS (1897) 2 MILLION WORKERS (1900) 8 PER CENT ANNUAL GROWTH RATE THE OCTOBER MANIFESTO (October 17, 1905) THE FUNDAMENTAL LAWS (April 23, 23, 1906) THE STATE COUNCIL AND THE DUMA DUMA BREAK-UP OF THE OBSHCHINAS (190611) 3 MILLION WORKERS (1917) NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA NICHOLAS THE FAMILY CRISIS ALEXIS (1904-1918) HEMOPHILIA GREGORY RASPUTIN (1864-1916) 1905 (THE FIRST MEETING) GRAND DUKE DMITRII, PRINCE FELIX YUSUPOV, AND VLADIMIR PURISHKEVICH ASSASSINATION (December 17, 1916) FEBRUARY FEBRUARY REVOLUTION _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ STRIKES AND PEASANT RIOTS FEBRUARY 23 (MARCH 8), 1917 (WOMEN’S DEMOSTRATION, PETROGRAD) MARCH 2 (15), 1917 (PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT) PRINCE GEORGE LVOV MARCH 2 (15), 1917, 3:05 p.m. (ABDICATION OF NICHOLAS II) MARCH 3 (16), 1917 (ABDICATION OF MICHAEL IN FAVOR OF THE CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY) SOVIETS “DUAL POWER” SOCIALIST REVOLUTIONARIES (SR) VICTOR CHERNOV ALEXANDER KERENSKY OCTOBER REVOLUTION • • • • • • • • LENIN’S RETURN (April 3, 1917) TROTSKY’S RETURN (May 4, 1917) THE ALL-RUSSIAN CONGRESS OF SOVIETS (June 3-16, 1917) THE “JULY DAYS” (July 3-4, 1917) KERENSKY BECOMES PRIME MINISTER PETROGRAD SOVIET (LEON TROTSKY) MILITARY REVOLUTIONARY COMMITTEE THE SECOND ALL-RUSSIAN CONGRESS OF SOVIETS ...
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