Manfred Hildermeier. The Russian Socialist Revolutionary Party Before the First World War.

Biblioteca / 2000-2009

Manfred Hildermeier. The Russian Socialist Revolutionary Party Before the First World War.  

Primera edición, Münster/New York, Lit Verlag/St. Martin’s Press, 2000, 395 páginas.

ÍNDICE

Preface to the English Edition

Introduction

1. The Merger of the Neo-Populists (1893-1901)

      1.1. Forerunner Organizations Inside Russia

      1.2. Realignments Among Exile Populists

      1.3. The Founding of the PSR and the Programmatic Consensus

2. Theory, Program, and Fundamental Forms of Action of the Socialist-Revolutionary Party (1902-1905)

      2.1. Political Terror  

      2.2. Theory of Class  

      2.3. Theory’of Revolution

      2.4. The Party Program

            2.4.1. Socialization of the Land

            2.4.2. Minimal and Maximal Programs 

      2.5. Summary: The “Synthetic Point Of View”

3. The Construction of a Party Organization and the Beginnings of Socialist Revolutionary Agitation in Russia (1902-1905)

      3.1. Territorial Expansion

      3.2. The Center in Russia

      3.3. Priorities of Agitation

      3.4. Relations between PSR in Russia and the Foreign Organization

4. The Maximalist Heresy (1904-1906)

      4.1. Agrarian Terrorists

      4.2. The Moscow Opposition 

      4.3. The Organization, Theory and Dispersion of Maximalism 

5. PSR Tactics in the Revolution of 1905-1907: Between Agitation for Revolt and Peaceful Opposition

      5.1. Militant Agitation 

      5.2. Experiment in Legalism

      5.3. The Test: SR Agitation and the Missed Revolution in 1906

      5.4. A Failed Putsch: SR Agitation in the Army

      5.5. Principled Boycott: The PSR Position on the State Duma

      5.6. “Fighting Tactics” Instead of Trade Unionism: SR Agitation Among the Workers 

6. The SR Party Organization in the Revolution of 1905-1907

      6.1. The Draft: Central and Local Party Statutes  

            6.1.1. Construction of the Party Organization 

            6.1.2. Membership

      6.2. The Practical Work of the Party Leadership 

      6.3. Centralism vs. Federalism

7. The PSR at the Grassroots: Activities and Organization of Local Committees in the Russian Revolution of 1905-1907

      7.1. Agitation in the City and Countryside: a Survey

            7.1.1. The Volga Area

            7.1.2. Ukraine 

            7.1.3. The Central Industrial Region

            7.1.4. Belorussia

            7.1.5. South Russia

            7.1.6. The Don Region

            7.1.7. North Russia

            7.1.8. The Urals 

            7.1.9. Siberia

            7.1.10. The Caucasus 

            7.1.11. The Northern Caucasus Region

            7.1.12. The Far East Oblast Union of the PSR

            7.1.13. Turkestan 

            7.1.14. Moscow 

            7.1.15. St. Petersburg   

      7.2. Organizational Problems and Internal Conflicts 

      7.3. Membership Strength and Social Geography of the PSR

8. Party Finances

9. The Social Characteristics of the PSR

      9.1. Generations of the PSR

      9.2. Education and Social Structure

10. The Dilemma of the Socialist Revolutionary Organization

11. The Agony of the Socialist Revolutionary Organization (1907-1914)

12. The Crisis of the PSR: Differences of Opinion over the Lessons of the Revolution and the Formation of Factions

      12.1. The Immobility of the Party Center

      12.2. New Opposition: Neo-Maximalists and Liquidators 

      12.3. Party Split: Legal Socialist Revolutionaries 

            12.3.1. New Forms of Social Action and the Crisis of the Socialist Revolutionaries’ Revolutionary Agitation

            12.3.2. Individual Terror: Anachronistic Politics

            12.3.3. Decay of the Obshchina and the Crisis of the Socialist Rvolutionary Program

      12.4. The Missed Connection

13. The PSR and Modernization: Was There a Populist Alternative?

Literature

A. Chronology

B. Short Biographies

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