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Author Maĭstrenko, Ivan,
Title Borot'bism : a chapter in the history of the Ukrainian revolution / Ivan Maistrenko ; edited by Christopher Ford ; translated by George S.N. Luckyj with the assistance of Ivan L. Rudnytsky.
Imprint Stuttgart, Germany : Ibidem Press, [2019]
Edition Revised and expanded edition.

Author Maĭstrenko, Ivan,
Series Soviet and post-Soviet politics and society (SPPS) ; vol. 61
Soviet and post-Soviet politics and society ; 61.
Subject Ukraïnsʹka partii︠a︡ sot︠s︡ialistiv-revoli︠u︡t︠s︡ioneriv.
Ukraïnsʹka komunistychna partii︠a︡ (borotʹbistiv)
Ukraine -- Politics and government.
Alt Name Ford, Christopher,
Luckyj, George S. N.,
Ivan L. Rudnytsky,
Description 1 online resource
Edition Revised and expanded edition.
Contents Intro; Contents; Acknowledgements; Foreword; Editors Note; Introduction by Christopher Ford; 1. The Ukrainian Revolution from today's vantage point.; 2. The Colonial Terrain and Social Forces of the Revolution; 3. Problems of the Ukrainian Revolution; 4. The Tragedy of the Russo-Ukrainian War; 5. The War within the Ukrainian Peoples Republic; 6. What might have been and legacy of the Borotbisty; Illustrations; Biographical Sketch of Ivan Maistrenko; Introduction to the 1954 edition by Ivan Maistrenko; 1 Historical Antecedents; A. Components of Ukrainian Political Thought
1. The Russian Influence2. The Cult of the Peasant; 3. Romantic Nationalism: The Search for Self-Existence; B. Ideological Precursors of Borotbism; 1. Drahomanov: The Father of Ukrainian Political Parties; 2. Marxism Enters Ukraine; C. The Experience of the Revolutionary Ukrainian Party (RUP); 1. The Problem of National Liberation; 2. Formulation of the National Program; 3. Nationalism Splits the RUP; 4. The Lesson of the Spilka; 2 Origins of the Ukrainian Party of Socialist Revolutionaries (UPSR), Predecessor of Borotbism; A. Ideological Background of the UPSR
B. The First Attempts at Formation of Ukrainian SR Groups Before 1917C. The First SR Groups and Party Program; 3 Ukrainian Party of Socialist Revolutionaries in 1917; A. From the First to the Second Congress of the UPSR; 1. The First Congress of the UPSR; 2. The Growth and Influence of the UPSR; B. From the Second to the Third Congress of the UPSR; 1. The Second Congress of the UPSR and its Turn to the Left; 2. Influence of Bolshevik Ideas on the Ukrainian Revolution and on the UPSR; C. From the Third Congress of the UPSR to the Liquidation of Ukrainian Revolutionary Democracy
1. The Third Congress of the UPSR and the Party's movement toward the Soviet position2. The Impact of the Russo-Ukrainian War; 3. Failure of a Left SR Coup and of a Right SR Government; 4 The Borotbisty Under the Hetmanate; A. Worker and Peasant Opposition to the Hetman Coup; 1. The Second All-Ukrainian Peasants' Congress; 2. The Second All-Ukrainian Workers' Congress; B. The Fourth Congress of the UPSR and the Split; 1. The Fourth Congress; 2. Aftermath of the Congress; C. The Program of the Borotbisty; 1. The Platform of the New Central Committee; 2. The Weapon of Terror
3. The National QuestionD. Movement of the Borotbisty Toward a Non-Bolshevik Soviet Platform; 1. The Kharkiv Province Party Conference; 2. The August Conference of Party Emissaries; 5 The Borotbisty in Revolt Against the Hetmanate and the Directory; A. The General Uprising Against the Hetmanate; B. Disaffection with the Directory; 1. Failure of the Directory's Military and Foreign Policy; 2. Peasants' Congresses Under Borotbist Influence; C. Final Attempts to Reunite the UPSR; D. Borotbist Ties With Pro-Soviet Parties; E. Inherent Weakness of the Borotbisty
Note 6 The Second Period of Bolshevik Rule in Ukraine
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Note Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on April 01, 2019).
ISBN 9783838270975 (electronic book)
3838270975 (electronic book)
OCLC # 1083467361
Additional Format Print version: Maistrenko, Ivan. Borot'bism : A Chapter in the History of the Ukrainian Revolution. La Vergne : Ibidem Press, ©2017

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