Victoria Bonnell. Roots of Rebellion.

Biblioteca /  1980-1989

Victoria Bonnell. Roots of Rebellion. Workers’ Politics and Organizations in St. Petersburg and Moscow, 1900-1914.

Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983.

580 páginas.

Contents

Introduction

PART ONE

THE BACKGROUND

1 – The St. Petersburg and Moscow Working Class, circa 1900

2 – The Foundations of the Organized Labor Movement before 1905

PART TWO

THE ORGANIZATION OF LABOR IN THE 1905 REVOLUTION

3 – The Formation of Workers’ Organizations in the 1905 Revolution

4 – The Politics of Organized Labor in the 1905 Revolution

PART THREE

THE ERA OF LEGAL LABOR ORGANIZATION, 1906-1911

5 – The Emergence of a Legal Trade Union Movement, 1906-1907

6 – The Organization and Ideology of Trade Unions, 1906-1907

7 – Trade Unions, Employers, and the State, 1906-1907

8 – Workers’ Organizations in the Years of Repression, 1907-1911

PART FOUR

ORGANIZED LABOR ON THE EVE OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR

9 – The Revival of the Organized Labor Movement, 1912-1914

10 – The Radicalization of Labor, 1912-1914

Conclusion

Appendix I. St. Petersburg and Moscow Trade Unions, 1905

Appendix II. St. Petersburg and Moscow Trade Unions, March 1906-May 1907

Appendix III. St. Petersburg and Moscow Employers’ Organizations, 1906-1907

Appendix IV. St. Petersburg and Moscow Trade Unions, June 1907-1911

Appendix V. St. Petersburg and Moscow Trade Unions, 1912-1914

Bibliography

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