Bolshevism: Practice and Theory

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CONTENTS
PAGE
PREFACE3

PART I
THE PRESENT CONDITION OF RUSSIA
I. WHAT IS HOPED FROM BOLSHEVISM13
II. GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS23
III. LENIN, TROTSKY, AND GORKY35
IV. ART AND EDUCATION44
V. COMMUNISM AND THE SOVIET CONSTITUTION73
VI. THE FAILURE OF RUSSIAN INDUSTRY82
VII. DAILY LIFE IN MOSCOW94
VIII. TOWN AND COUNTRY101
IX. INTERNATIONAL POLICY109

PART II
BOLSHEVIK THEORY
I. THE MATERIALISTIC THEORY OF HISTORY123
II. DECIDING FORCES IN POLITICS132
III. BOLSHEVIK CRITICISM OF DEMOCRACY138
IV. REVOLUTION AND DICTATORSHIP150
V. MECHANISM AND THE INDIVIDUAL161
VI. WHY RUSSIAN COMMUNISM HAS FAILED169
VII. CONDITIONS FOR THE SUCCESS OF COMMUNISM183

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Preface 3
  • Contents 9
  • PART I - THE PRESENT CONDITION OF RUSSIA 11
  • II - GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS 23
  • III - LENIN, TROTSKY, AND GORKY 35
  • IV - ART AND EDUCATION 44
  • V - COMMUNISM AND THE SOVIET CONSTITUTION 73
  • VI - THE FAILURE OF RUSSIAN INDUSTRY 82
  • VII - DAILY LIFE IN MOSCOW 94
  • VIII - TOWN AND COUNTRY 101
  • IX - INTERNATIONAL POLICY 109
  • PART II - BOLSHEVIK THEORY 121
  • II - DECIDING FORCES IN POLITICS 132
  • III - BOLSHEVIK CRITICISM OF DEMOCRACY 138
  • IV - REVOLUTION AND DICTATORSHIP 150
  • V - MECHANISM AND THE INDIVIDUAL 161
  • VI - WHY RUSSIAN COMMUNISM HAS FAILED 169
  • VII - CONDITIONS FOR THE SUCCESS OF COMMUNISM 182
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