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Sergei Zubatov and revolutionary Marxism

the struggle for the working class in tsarist Russia

by Jeremiah Schneiderman

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Published by Cornell University Press in Ithaca, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soviet Union
    • Subjects:
    • Zubatov, Sergeĭ Vasilʹevich, 1864-1917,
    • Labor policy -- Soviet Union -- History,
    • Working class -- Soviet Union -- History

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJeremiah Schneiderman.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD8526 .S32 1976
      The Physical Object
      Pagination401 p. :
      Number of Pages401
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5203050M
      ISBN 100801408768
      LC Control Number75027881

      Home Russian Satirical Journals Collection Sergei Vasil'evich Zubatov, Reference URL Save to favorites. To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website. Sergei Vasil'evich Zubatov, View Description. Russian Revolution glossary M-Z This Russian Revolution glossary contains definitions of events, terms and concepts relevant to Russia under tsarism, the Provisional Government and the Bolsheviks. Words from M to Z. Non-English words are italicised.

      Afton Remembered. By: Robb, Edwin G. Price: $ Publisher: Afton, Minnesota, Afton Historical Society Press: Sergei Zubatov and Revolutionary Marxism: The Struggle for the Working Class in Tsarist Russia. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, , pp. By: John Keep.

        As a commentator on the Russian revolutionary movements, see Manfred Hildermeier, The Russian Socialist Revolutionary Party Before the First World War, New York: St. Martin's Press, ; for Rasputin, see Joseph T. Fuhrmann, Rasputin: The Untold Story, Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, ; for his views on the Romanov court, see Greg King and Penny Wilson. Stephen Hanson traces the influence of the Marxist conception of time in Soviet politics from Lenin to Gorbachev. He argues that the history of Marxism and Leninism reveals an unsuccessful revolutionary effort to reorder the human relationship with time a.


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Sergey Vasilyevich Zubatov, (bornMoscow, Russia—died March 15 [March 2, Old Style],Moscow), tsarist colonel of the Russian gendarmes known for his establishment of a system of surveillance to monitor the activities of revolutionary organizations.

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The case of Sergei Zubatov is an interesting and unusual chapter in the history of the tsarist government's unsuccessful attempt to solve the labor question. Schneiderman's Sergei Zubatov and Revolutionary Marxism and Sablin-sky's The Road to Bloody Sunday examine the early phases of the labor movement on the eve of the revolution.

Their respective subjects are two phases in the experiment in government-supervised labor associations. It is my belief that Khayati’s concise presentation of Marx’s revolutionary criticism and the various mutant brands of Marxism is an excellent companion to Debord’s ‘The Proletariat as Subject and as Representation’ in his book, The Society of the Spectacle.

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Zubatov, Sergei Vasil’evich Born in in Moscow; died there Mar. 2 (15), Tsarist colonel of gendarmes, initiator of the policy of “police socialism” in Russia. Zubatov was a paid agent of the Moscow Okhranka (tsarist secret police) and a provocateur from the mid’s.

He was an assistant in the Moscow Okhranka division of the Ministry. Sergey Gennadiyevich Nechayev, Nechayev also spelled Nechaev, (born Sept. 20 [Oct. 2, New Style],Ivanovo, Russia—died Nov. 21 [Dec. 3],St. Petersburg), Russian revolutionary known for his organizational scheme for a professional revolutionary party and for his ruthless murder of one of the members of his organization.

During –69 Nechayev participated in the student. Sergei Zubatov and Revolutionary Marxism: The Struggle for the Working Class in Tsarist Russia. Alexander Rabinowitch, Walter Sablinsky and Jeremiah Schneiderman Victoria E.

Bonnell. 'Bolshevism: The Road to Revolution' is a comprehensive history of the Bolshevik Party, from its early beginnings through to the seizure of power in October This important work was first published inwith material collected by the author over a thirty year period, and has been republished here to mark the centenary of the Russian.

For discussions of Zubatov’s career see: J. Schneiderman, Sergei Zubatov and Revolutionary Marxism: The Struggle for the Working Class in Tsarist Russia (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, ) Author: Fredric S.

Zuckerman. Sergei Zubatov Revolutionary Marxism On Dzhunkovskii's relations with security policemen, see Dunaeva, Reformy politsii v Rossii nachala XX veka i Vladimir Fedrovich Dzhunkovskii.Lenin, early in his revolutionary career, argued against sharp distinctions between Marxism and populism since both addressed laboring classes.

This may have originated in ideas of his older brother, Alexander, who was executed in for participation in a populist conspiracy to assassinate the Tsar.Abstract.

The social teachings and practices of religion have drawn more attention from Marxist authors than any other aspect of theology. Marxism claims to be the total science of society and cannot tolerate the religious challenge, particularly in such fields as personal and social ethics, man’s relation to society and man’s responsibility to God as a member of human : Dimitry V.

Pospielovsky.