Inside Terrorist Organizations

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phalanx'. 'The great revolutionary committee' in whose name he addressed the uprising of 1839 was part of this fraud. M. Nomad, Apostles of Revolution ( London: Secker & Warburg, 1939), p.23.
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F. Engels, Intro. to K. Marx, 'The Class Struggle in France', Selected Works ( Moscow: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1950), Vol. I, pp.120-27.
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Jules Monnerot, Sociology and Psychology of Communism ( Boston: Beacon Press, 1953), pp.27-37.
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L. Trotsky, History of the Russian Revolution ( London: Sphere Books, 1967). Vol. III, pp.160, 161.
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See Bertram D. Wolfe, Marxism 100 Years in the Life of a Doctrine ( London: Chapman & Hall 1967), pp.150-64. G. Lichtheim, Marxism, An Historical and Critical Study ( London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1964), pp.51-62; 122-9. J. L. Talmon , Political Messianism ( London: Secker & Warburg, 1960), pp.512 ff; S. Avineri , The Social and Political Thought of Karl Marx ( London: Cambridge University Press, 1968), pp.196 ff.
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Trotsky, History, op. cit., Vol. III, p.162.
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'Pokazanya M.N. Polonskoy K. Istoryi Partyi N.V.', Byloye ( 1907), N6/18; pp.6, 7. Polonskaya (alias Oshanina, alias Olovennikova,, alias Barannikova) member of the Executive Committee of the N.V. was the only woman who participated in the Lipetsk Conference. This statement of hers was given in 1893.
12.
A. Blanqui, "'Instructions pour une prise d'armes'", La Critique Sociale, Revue des Idees et des Livres ( Paris, Oct. 1931). pp.108-17.
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Lenin's attitude and his connection with the tradition of Narodnaya Volya have been the subject of several recent studies. S. S. Volk, Narodnaya Volya, 1879-1882, izd. Nauka ( Moskva-Leningrad, 1966); VA. Tvardovskaja, 'Krizis Zemli I Voli V Konce 70-ch godov', Istorya S.S.S.R. 4 ( 1959), pp.61-74; J. Frenkel, "'Party Genealogy and the Soviet Historians, 1920-1938", Slavic Review. Vol. XXV, No. 4 ( Dec. 1966), pp.566-7; 590-93. R. Pipes (ed.), 'The Origins of Bolshevism -- The Intellectual Evolution of Young Lenin'. Revolutionary Russia ( Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1968), pp.28-62; R. Pipes, "'Russian Marxism and Its Populist Background'", The Russian Review, Vol. 19, No. 1 ( Jan. 1960), pp.316-37. In any event, Lenin's stance on 'Individual Terror' was far from clear-cut. His 1899 reservations about the programme of the Emancipation-of-Labour group, 1885, as it related to terror, raised two important points: 'that every programme leaves the questions of means open; and that terror is not advisable as a means of struggle at the present moment' (italics in original). V. I. Lenin, 'A Draft Programme of Our Party', Collected Works ( Moscow, 1960), Vol. 4, pp.238 ff. in an article of 1901 he wrote, 'In principle we have never rejected and cannot reject terror. Terror is one of the forms of military action that may be perfectly suitable and even essential at a definite juncture in the battle, given a definite state of the troops and the existence of definite conditions' ( V. I. Lenin , 'Where to Begin', Collected Works, op. cit., Vol. V, p.19). In 1906 Lenin endorsed expropriation and even terrorist activities so long as 'the sentiments of the masses be taken into account', and that 'the conditions of the working class movement be reckoned with' and that 'care be taken that force of the proletariat should not be fritted away'. V. I. Lenin, 'Guerrilla Warfare', Collected Works, Vol. II, pp.222; 213- 23.
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V. Burtsev, K. Oruzhyu ( London, 1903). pp.4-9.
15.
N. Morozov, Terroristicheskaya Bor'ba ( London, 1880), V. Tarnovsky (G. Romanenko) , Terrorism i Rutina ( London, 1880). Both pamplets were published at the same time, their authors maintaining close contact with the 'Nabat' group, while they were abroad in 1880. (Both returned to Russia in 1881.) The British Museum catalogue mistakenly dates Romanenko's pamphlet as 1875.
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Going to the People -- the movement of students and young revolutionary Russian intelligentsia influenced by the teachings of Herzen, Chernishevsky, Lavrov and Bakunin to spread the gospel of socialism ( 'Narodnichestvo' -- populism in its Russian version) among the peasants and masses. In the year 1874 more than 2,000 persons threw aside their careers, positions, studies and went to the villages, dressed up as

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