The Russian Revolution and Bolshevik Victory: Visions and Revisions

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Ronald Grigor Suny, Arthur E. Adams
D.C. Heath, 1990 - History - 495 pages
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Original writings by Lenin, Tsereteli, and Trotsky enable students to view the causes and conflicts at the root of the revolution, while the insights of contemporary social history add depth to traditional political and personality-based assessments.

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Writings on the revolution. A textbook. Dated but still worthy. Read full review

Contents

Center of Petrograd 1917
1
Diane Koenker
5
The February Revolution
7
Copyright

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Ronald Grigor Suny is Professor of Political Science and History at the University of Chicago. His many publications on Russian history include Armenia in Modern History (I1993), and The Soviet Experiment: Russia, the USSR, and the Successor States (1998).

Arthur G. Adams is founding president of the Hudson River Maritime Center at Roundabout Landing in Kingston. In 1981, he was given a special award of merit for outstanding achievement in Regional Studies by the State University of New York. He is Executive Vice President of the Hudson River Navigation Company is trustee of the Victor Herbert Performance Trust Fund.

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