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by Isaac Deutscher
Author: Isaac Deutscher
Publisher: Hyperion Pr (January 1, 1984)
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Isaac Deutscher 1950. Chapter II: Trade Unions and the Revolution.
Isaac Deutscher 1950. In 1905 the trade unions counted 250,000 members. During the first months of 1917 their membership rose from a few scores of thousands to . million. These numbers reflected the general urge of workers to use the newly-won freedom of organisation.
Published January 1984 by Hyperion Pr. Written in English.
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Deutscher, Isaac (1950) Soviet Trade Unions: Their Place in Soviet Labour Policy, London: Royal Institute of International Affairs, pp. 42–58. Harding, Neil (1983) Lenin’s Political Thought: Theory and Practice in the Democratic and Socialist Revolutions, in two volumes, Highlands, New Jersey: Humanities Press, vol. 2, pp. 256–274.
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