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    The Third Revolution?: Peasant and worker resistance to the Bolshevik government


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    The Third Revolution?: Peasant and worker resistance to the Bolshevik government

    Post  luxemburguista on Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:10 pm

    The Third Revolution?: Peasant and worker resistance to the Bolshevik government
    by Nick Heath

    The Makhnovist movement of the Ukraine is the best known of the revolutionary oppositions to the Bolshevik regime. But it was not the only radical challenge the Bolsheviks faced from below. Numerous peasants revolts occurred in the years 1920-22, aiming not to restore the old regime but calling for a third revolution to defend themselves from the new one. Nick Heath here examines their extent, causes and limitations.

    Introduction : The Third Revolution? Peasant and worker resistance to the Bolshevik government
    The West Siberian uprising (1921-1922)
    1920: The Sapozhkov Uprising and the Army of Truth
    The Fomin mutiny on the Don, 1920-1922
    1921: The Maslakov mutiny and the Makhnovists on the Don
    Brova, Mikhail or Brava aka Batko Brova, ?-1921
    The Kolesnikov Uprising
    Workers Revolts against the Bolshevik regime
    Lamanov, Anatoli Nikolaevich 1889-1921
    (These articles were originally posted in the library.

    Nick Heath became an anarchist in 1966 by reading books on anarchism in the public library. He helped set up Brighton Anarchist Group (1966-1972) and went to Paris in early 70s for a year and participated in the anarchist movement there. Now a member of the Anarchist Federation, he's the author of large number of biographical articles about anarchists as well as articles on the Hungarian Revolution, the Makhnovists etc.
    The cover art features Roberto Ambrosoli's Anarchik.

    The Third Revolution?: Peasant and worker resistance to the Bolshevik government
    by Nick Heath
    ISBN 9781873605950 Anarchist Sources #14
    £3 or £2 for direct orders.

    Kate Sharpley Library
    BM Hurricane, London, WC1N 3XX, UK
    PMB 820, 2425 Channing Way, Berkeley CA 94704, USA

    Pamphlet page:
    Also out now
    KSL: Bulletin of the Kate Sharpley Library, Number 63-64 (double issue)
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    Mat Kavanagh and the History of Anarchism
    Some little known anarchists: James Harrigan by Mat Kavanagh
    Liverpool Anarchists in the Early 1980's
    Love, Sacrifice and Revenge by Diego R. Barbosa
    Chatting on the Phone with Miquel Mir (22 April 2010) by Agustín Guillamón
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    Class War in Barcelona: "Anarchism and the City: Revolution and Counter-revolution in Barcelona, 1898–1937" by Chris Ealham [Review] by Bookunin

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    Nestor Mahkno and more

    Post  lost on Fri Mar 18, 2011 6:22 pm

    1.i liked the review,which honours both mahkno and the books author nick tells me more about both as well as about the specific content.i will now look for the book.

    2.its good that this site includes both this fighter and this has always been clear to me that we dont need to agree over evry or even many issues to acknowledge other peoples real contribution.i know mahkno made consistent and major contrbutions to struggle and revolution in russia,the ukraine and in establishing the platform of class struggle anarchism.

    3.iam encouraged to suggest that it might be useful to consider ways to help each other and introduce the best outlook on luxemburgist ideas within the marxism tradition.what would an education programme look like?what would be in a bibliography of recomended books include?

    3.see alssomy post on a proposal about proposals.


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