Road to Revolution: A Century of Russian Radicalism

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INDEX
ABC of the Social Sciences, The (Bervi), 177
Argiropulo, Pericles, 112-13
Aksakov, Ivan, 107
Aksakov, Konstantin, 66
Alexander I, Emperor of Russia, initial liberalism of, 15-17, 24; repressive régime of, 17-18, 21; military settlements of, 18-19; liberator abroad but despot at home, 20; plots to assassinate, 23, 26, 29, 32, 34-5, 44; and Semyonovsky affair, 25; death of, 36, 44
Alexander II, Emperor of Russia, accession of, 86, 125; early concessions of, 86; Herzen's open letter to, 87; and emancipation of serfs, 88-9; reforms of, 131, 142, 248; attempts on life of, 138-41, 142, 222, 251-6; plans to assassinate, 161, 168, 250, 263, 269, 272-7; death of, 168-9, 279-80; appeals for help against revolutionary movement, 224, 263; cost of attempts on life of, 244; effect on, of attempts on life, 261-2, 277; on 'Loris-Melikov constitution', 264, 293; morganatic wife of, 270; goes to parade at Manège, 276-8; reactions to assassination of, 290-1, 294-5
Alexander III, Emperor, and 'Loris- Melikov constitution', 264, 293-4; appeals to, for clemency to regicides, 287; and Pobedonestzev, 287, 291-2; urged to follow path of reform, 291-3, 300; determines on autocratic rule, 294; first public appearance of, 299; voluntary associations to protect, 302-5; liquidates Holy League, 305; coronation manifesto of, 316- 317; Sudeikin's plans regarding, 319-20; plot against life of, 331-2
Alexandrov, V., 180
Alexandrovsk, attempt to blow up train at, 252-3, 265, 282
Alexeyev, Pyotr, 206-7
All-Russian Social-Revolutionary Organization, 196-7, 207
'Analysis of the New Serfdom, An' (Ogarev), 105
Anarchism, motto of international, 62-3; Bakunin's, 134, 144, 151, 184
Anna, Empress of Russia, 8
Aptekman, Osip, 248-9
Arakcheyev, Count, 18-19
Army, dissaffection in, 20-1, 25, 34; revolutionaries seek to sway ranks of, 29, 37, 45; part of, in Decembrist rising, 41-3; punishment of rebels in, 49; spirit of opposition dead in, 59; reforms in, 142; and People's Will, 243Artel, theorizing on, 64, 84, 171; reality of, 172, 193
Astrakhan, 217
Axelrod, Pavel, 230-1; discusses merger with People's Will, 245-6; Jewish nationality of, 247; remains abroad, 301; and anti-Semitism, 309; mentioned, 313
Bakhmetev fund, 133, 153, 162, 165
Bakunin, Michael, 127; Hegel's influence on, 62; arrested, 80; supports Land and Liberty, 127, 129; believes in imminent revolution, 127; and Polish revolt, 129, 131; on young emigrés, 133; anarchism of, 134, 144, 151, 184; journal of, 144; and Nechayev, 150-2, 156, 161-2, 164-5; Herzen's open letters to, 154-6; translates Communist Manifesto, 163, 335; influence of, on Populism, 172; Marx's feud with, 175; advocates proselytizing masses, 182; in Zurich, 183; Statehood and Anarchy of, 184-5; last years and death of, 185; Soviet opinion of, 185; anti-Jewish feeling of, 308; mentioned, 60, 212
Bakuninists, versus Lavrovists, 184-7, 202; 'go to the people', 187-8, 191-3, 198-201; journal of, 201-2; oppose Blanquists, 203; disillusionment among, 210; in Land and Liberty, 213
Balts, preferential treatment of, 20, 24Baptized Property ( Herzen), 84
Barannikov, Alexander, 235-6, 238
Bardina, Sofya, 195, 206-7
Beideman, Mikhail, 167n

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