ヨーロッパ社会民主主義への道1883-1917年<br>Socialism in Georgian Colors : The European Road to Social Democracy, 1883-1917

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ヨーロッパ社会民主主義への道1883-1917年
Socialism in Georgian Colors : The European Road to Social Democracy, 1883-1917

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 384 p./サイズ 17 halftones
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780674019027
  • DDC分類 320.5322094758

基本説明

In the first of two volumes, Stephen Jones writes the first history in English of this undeservedly neglected national movement, which represented one of the earliest examples of European social democracy at the turn of the twentieth century.

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Georgian social democracy was the most successful social democratic movement in the Russian Empire. Despite its small size, it produced many of the leading revolutionary figures of 1917, including Irakli Tsereteli, Karlo Chkheidze, Noe Zhordania, and Joseph Stalin. In the first of two volumes, Stephen Jones writes the first history in English of this undeservedly neglected national movement, which represented one of the earliest examples of European social democracy at the turn of the twentieth century. Georgian social democracy was part of the Russian social democracy from which Bolshevism and Menshevism emerged. But innovative theoretical programs and tactics led Georgian social democracy down an independent path. The powerful Georgian organization united all native classes behind it, and it set a remarkable precedent for many of the anti-colonial nationalist movements of the twentieth century. At the same time, Georgian social democracy was committed to a "European" path, a "third way" that attempted to combine grassroots democracy, private manufacturing, and private land ownership with socialist ideology.One of the few Western historians fluent in Georgian, Jones fills major gaps in the history of revolutionary and national movements of the Russian Empire.

Contents

Preface 1. The Historical Context 2. The Intellectual Roots of Georgian Social Democracy 3. The Mesame Dasi 4. The Working People 5. The Split 6. The Gurian Republic 7. 1905 8. New Directions 9. War and Revolution 10. Conclusion Abbreviations Notes Bibliography Index