Bewegung versus Avantgarde?

Mythologie der linken Debatten über die Russische Revolution 1917

  • Ewgeniy Kasakow Centre for Comparative History and Politics (CCHPS) Perm
Schlagworte: Russische Revolution, 1917, Revolution, Lenin, Sowjetunion

Abstract

In the leftist debates, one of the most widespread notions is that in 1917 workers and peasants were about to build their own model of socialism, and only the Bolshevik bureaucracy hindered them. In the struggle between the councils and the party, the former are regarded as representatives of a left alternative to the authoritarian Bolsheviks. Only rarely are such assumptions examined by means of archival documents and new studies based on them.

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Ewgeniy Kasakow, Centre for Comparative History and Politics (CCHPS) Perm

Ewgeniy Kasakow Historiker, Doktorand an der Universität Bremen und Mitarbeiter am Centre for Comparative History and Politics (CCHPS) Perm

Veröffentlicht
2017-06-01
Zitationsvorschlag
Kasakow, E. (2017). Bewegung versus Avantgarde?. PROKLA. Zeitschrift für Kritische Sozialwissenschaft, 47(187), 325 - 336. https://doi.org/10.32387/prokla.v47i187.148
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