The Russian Revolution, 1917

@inproceedings{Wade2000TheRR,
  title={The Russian Revolution, 1917},
  author={Rex A. Wade},
  year={2000}
}
  • R. Wade
  • Published 2000
  • History, Economics
1. The coming of the Revolution 2. The February Revolution 3. Political realignment and the new political system 4. The aspirations of Russian society 5. The peasants and the purposes of revolution 6. The nationalities: identity and opportunity 7. The summer of discontents 8. 'All power to the Soviets' 9. The Bolsheviks take power 10. The Constituent Assembly and the purposes of power 11. Conclusions. 

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