Soviet Politics and the Ukraine, 1917-1957

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
Only items referred to in the text or of direct relevance to the study are included. Newspaper articles are not listed except where they are of special interest.Most items are available at the Library of Congress. Other items are to be found in the Russian collections of one of the following: New York Public Library; Hoover Library of War, Peace, and Revolution, Stanford University; Columbia University Libraries; University of Chicago Libraries. A few items were used in the Lenin Library in Moscow and are not available outside the Soviet Union.
PUBLIC DOCUMENTS

RECORDS OF PARTY CONGRESSES, CONFERENCES, AND PLENARY SESSIONS

KOMMUNISTICHESKAIA PARTIIA SOVETSKOGO SOIUZA: KPSS (Communist Party of the Soviet Union).
Until the Eighth Congress ( March-April, 1919) the Party bore the name Rossiiskaia Sotsial-Demokraticheskaia Rabochaia Partiia (bol'shevikov): RSDRP(b) ( Russian Social-Democratic Workers' Party [Bolshevik]). From the Eighth to the Fourteenth Congress ( December, 1925) the Party was designated Russkaia Kommunisticheskaia Partiia (bol'shevikov): RKP(b) ( Russian Communist Party [Bolshevik]). From the Fourteenth to the Nineteenth Congress ( October, 1952) the Party was named Vsesoiuznaia Kommunisticheskaia Partiia (bol'shevikov): VKP(b) ( All-Union Communist Party [Bolshevik]).
Kommunisticheskaia Partiia Sovetskogo Soiuza v rezoliutsiiakh i resheniiakh s"ezdov, konferentsii i plenumov TsK, 1898-1954 (The Communist Party of the Soviet Union in Resolutions and Decisions of Congresses, Conferences, and Plenums of the Central Committee, 1898-1954). 3 vols. 7th ed. Moscow, 1954.
Vsesoiuznaia Kommunisticheskaia Partiia (bol'shevikov) v rezoliutsiiakh s"ezdov, konferentsii i plenumov Ts. K., 1898-1935 (All- Union Communist Party [Bolshevik] in Resolutions of Congresses, Conferences, and Plenums of the Central Committee, 1898-1935). 2 vols. 5th ed. Moscow, 1935.

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Soviet Politics and the Ukraine, 1917-1957
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page III
  • Preface V
  • Note on Transliteration VII
  • Contents IX
  • Introduction 1
  • I. the Bolshevik Approach to Nationalism and the Ukraine 7
  • Ii. Bolsheviks and the Revolution, 1917-1920 20
  • Iii. Federalism and Ukrainian Cultural Nationalism, 1921-1927 65
  • Iv. Centralization and the Demand for Uniformity, 1927-1934 149
  • V. the New Loyalty and National Rights, 1934-1944 209
  • Vi. the Culmination of National Restrictions, 1944-1953 243
  • Vii. the New Leadership, 1953-1957 280
  • Viii. Conclusion 314
  • Notes 327
  • Bibliography 397
  • Index 422
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