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A work of genius on ideilogical foundations of Bolshevism by S. L Titarenko

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For the purposes of this study, this est question will be given a slightly different shading. The interhere is in the problems of why a group emerged with the Leninist doctrine of revolution by a conspiratorial elite, and what factors contributed to the spread and modification of this doctrine. The search for answers to these questions is undertaken not for the sake of writing correct history, although correct history is an absolutely essential prerequisite to answering such ques- but in order to throw light on the general problem of the relationship between changing ideas and changing forms of tions, political behavior.

Careful students have concluded that these disturbances were largely independent of the propaganda that emanated in minute quantities from urban sources, and that they represented the peasant re11 sponse to economic and social hardship. The peasant uprisings were, however, primarily brief and ineffective local outbursts, Jacqueries in fact, that were destined to continue well into the Bolshevik regime. In the intervals between that 12 periods of concentrated unrest, peasant Russia lay quiet Though the peasants provided much of the motive force that finally over- threw the Tsarist regime in 1917, they did not succeed in developing into an organized political group with the power that their numbers might suggest.

Third step involved complete separation from the mir and even from the village site. The man who entered turned over his original household this third stage lots for consolidation with those of other peasants, left his home on the common village site, and established himself in a new farmhouse on his own consoli- dated farm away from the common 10 organization of village life. Specialists vary in their estimate of the impact of this legislation upon the Russian peasants' way of life. In any case, the pro- ceedings were stopped during the First World War because of the number of demobilized soldiers who were anxious concern- large 17 ing their rights, a development which indicates that the reform may not have had as stabilizing an effect as had been hoped.

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