By Barbara C. Allen
In Alexander Shlyapnikov, 1885-1937: lifetime of an outdated Bolshevik, Barbara Allen recounts the political formation and positions of Russian Communist and exchange unionist, Alexander Shlyapnikov. As chief of the Workers’ competition (1919–21), Shlyapnikov referred to as for alternate unions to grasp workers’ mastery over the economic system. regardless of defeat, he persevered to recommend designated perspectives at the Soviet socialist undertaking that offer a counterpoint to Stalin’s imaginative and prescient. Arrested through the nice Terror, he refused to admit to fees he proposal illogical and unsupported via facts. not like the traditional historic and literary depiction of the outdated Bolshevik, Shlyapnikov contested Stalin's and the NKVD's build of the precise occasion member. Allen carried out huge examine in records of the Soviet Communist get together and mystery police.
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Extra resources for Alexander Shlyapnikov, 1885-1937: Life of an Old Bolshevik (Historical Materialism Book Series, Volume 90)
In 1911, Bogdanov and Anatoly Lunacharsky, later Commissar of Enlightenment in the Soviet government, organised a party school in Bologna, Italy, intended to educate workerBolsheviks to better carry out organisational and propaganda work in Russia. Lenin responded by setting up his own school in Longjumeau, near Paris, summoning workers to leave Bogdanov’s school for his. Many did so. Shlyapnikov was close to Alexei Gastev and Fyodor Kalinin, worker-Bolsheviks who followed Bogdanov. Nevertheless, there is little evidence that Bogdanovism influenced him.
From The Old Belief To Socialism 33 r evolution that saw political parties emerge from the underground, the formation of civic organisations and trade unions, mutinies in the army and navy and peasant uprisings. 52 The Revolution of 1905 unfolded across Russia, not only in the capital, but in other cities, towns and villages. Shlyapnikov’s compassion, strong desire for justice and bitterness towards the authorities moved him to join with others to challenge tsarist power. Together with students from Moscow and a noblewoman from St.
56–7. 22 CHAPTER 1 Despite grand displays of new machines and electric lights, Shlyapnikov recalled, workers complained that the tsar did not care how they lived and their conversations returned quickly to the recent arrests. Rumours circulated that the tsar had commanded that his enemies be ‘destroyed’ before his arrival. Alexander’s relatives donated to a fund to aid wives and children of the arrested. 35 Alexander had already experienced and heard much about religious persecution, which after his experiences in Sormovo, must have merged with political persecution in his young mind.