A New, Peculiar State: Explorations in Soviet History, 1917-1937

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Index of Names
Abramovitch (Rein), Rafail R., 18
Adams, Arthur, 226
Adams, Arthur E., 71
Alpert, Max, 211
Anhel, Ukrainian partisan leader, 92
Antonov, Aleksandr Stepanovich, 83, 95
Antonov-Ovseenko, Vladimir Aleksandrovich, 24
Artem (Sergeev), Fedor Andreevich, 24-26, 120, 122, 128, 130, 140, 145, 159
Aschberg, Olof, 39
Avrich, Paul, 16
Balabanoff, Anjelica, 18
Balasheva, Ekaterina Andreevna, 30
Balitskii, Vsevolod Apollonovich, 37
Barmine, Alexandre, 54
Barthel, Max, 207
Batrak ( Ukrainian partisan leader), 92
Bazhanov, Vasilii Mikhailovich, 129, 149
Beal, Fred, 227, 240, 251-252
Bek, Aleksandr Al'fredovich, 54
Berger, Joseph, 21
Bergis, Simanis, 226
Beriia, Lavrentii Pavlovich, 55
Berkman, Alexander, 225
Bitker, German Samoilovich., 135, 157
Bloch, Marc, 201
Bogdanov, Petr Alekseevich, 202
Bokii, Professor, 126, 129, 133, 150
Bosh (Gotlibovna), Evgeniia Bogdanovna, 4-5, 17, 19
Brovkin, Vladimir N., 71
Brüning, Heinrich, 45
Brutskus, Boris Davidovich, 133
Bubnov, Andrei Sergeevich, 23-24, 122
Budennyi, Semen Mikhailovich, 91, 168

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A New, Peculiar State: Explorations in Soviet History, 1917-1937
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page III
  • Copyright Acknowledgments V
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Notes xiii
  • Abbreviations xv
  • 1 - G. L. Piatakov: A Mirror of Soviet History 1
  • Notes 58
  • 2 - State and Peasants in the Reports of the Political Police, 1918-1922 65
  • Notes 108
  • 3 - At the Roots of Soviet Industrial Relations and Practices: Piatakov's Donbass in 1921 119
  • CONCLUSIONS 165
  • Notes 169
  • 4 - Stalin's Antiworker Workerism": 1924-1931" 179
  • Notes 214
  • 5-- Visitors from Other Times: Foreign Workers in the Prewar Five-Year Plans 223
  • Notes 256
  • Index of Names 267
  • About the Author 273
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