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C O N T E N T S

[Part I]

THE AGRARIAN PROGRAM OF SOCIAL-DEMOCRACY IN THE FIRST   RUSSIAN REVOLUTION, 1905-07

Chapter I. The Economic Basis and Nature of the Agrarian
      Revolution in Russia


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Landownership in European Russia
What Is the Struggle About?
The Cadet Writers Obscure the Nature of lhe Struggle
The Economic Nature of the Agrarian Revolution and Its
Ideological Cloaks
Two Types of Bourgeois Agrarian Evolution
Two Lines of Agrarian Programmes in the Revolution
Russia's Land Area. The Question of the Colonisation
Summary of the Economic Deductions of Chapter I
 

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Chapter II. The Agrarian Programmes of the R.S.D.L.P. and
      Their Test in the First Revolution


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What Was the Mistake in the Previous Agrarian Pro-
grammes of Russian Social-Democracy?
The Present Agrarian Programme of the R.S.D.L.P.
The Chief Argument of the Municipalisers Tested by
Events
The Agrarian Programme of the Peasantry
Medieval Landownership and the Bourgeois Revolution
Why Had the Small Proprietors in Russia to Declare in
Favour of Nationalisation?
The Peasants and the Narodniks on the Nationalisation of
Allotment Land
The Mistake Made by M. Shanin and Other Advocates of
Division
 


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Chapter III. The Theoretical Basis of Nationalisation and of
      Municipalisation


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What Is Nationalisation of the Land?
Pyotr Maslov Corrects Karl Marx's Rough Notes
Is It Necessary to Refute Mars in Order to Refute the
Narodniks?
Is the Repudiation of Absolute Rent Connected with the
Programme of Municipalisation?
Criticism of Private Landownership from the Standpoint
of the Development of Capitalism
The Nationalisation of the Land and "Money" Rent
Under What Conditions Can Nationalisation Be Brought
About?
Does Nationalisation Mean Transition to Division?
 

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   [Part II]

Chapter IV. Political and Tactical Considerations in Questions
      of the Agrarian Programme


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"A Guarantee Against Restoration"
Local Self-Government as a "Bulwark Against Reaction"
The Central Authority and the Consolidation of the Bour-
geois State
The Scope of the Political, and of the Agrarian Revolu-
tions
A Peasant Revolution Without the Conquest of Power by
the Peasantry?
Is Land Nationalisation a Sufficiently Flexible Method?
Municipalisation of the Land and Municipal Socialism
Some Examples of the Muddle Caused by Municipalisation
 

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Chapter V. Classes and Parties in the Debate on the Agrarian
      Question in the Second Duma


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The Rights and the Octobrists
The Cadets
The Right Peasants
The Non-Party Peasants
The Narodnik Intellectuals
The Trudovik Peasants (Narodniks)
The Socialist-Revolutionaries
The "Nationals"
The Social-Democrats
 

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Conclusion

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POSTSCRIPT

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