The History of the "proletariat": The Emergence of Marxism in the Kingdom of Poland, 1870-1887
The study focuses on the history of the Proletariat (1882-1886), an underground party of Polish intelligentsia and workers known as the Wielki or Great Proletariat to distinguish it from later, less significant groups of the same name. This is done in the context of the national history of Poles in the Kingdom of Poland in the second half of the nineteenth century.
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The Industrialization of the Congress Kingdom and
Warsaw Positivism and the Origins of Polish Marxism
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