The Revolution

Author: Ron Paul
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0446540358
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In this book, Ron Paul provides answers to questions that few even dare to ask.

Poetry Of The Revolution

Author: Martin Puchner
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691122601
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Martin Puchner tells the story of political and artistic upheavals through the political manifestos of the 19th and 20th centuries.

Komu Nist Manifesto

Author: Karl Marx
Publisher: Can Yayınları
ISBN: 9750717104
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Karl Marx ve Friedrich Engels´in, Komünistler Birliği´nin programı olarak kaleme aldıkları Komünist Manifesto, 1848 Şubat´ında, tüm Avrupa´nın devrimci ayaklanmalarla çalkalandığı bir dönemde, Londra´nın gösterişsiz ...

The Revolution Of 1905

Author: Abraham Ascher
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 0804750289
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The liberal press rightly hailed the Manifesto as a “great historical event,” the “first
step toward a Russian constitution,” the beginnings of a “new order,” the triumph
of a “peaceful national revolution.” With relatively few exceptions, Russians from
all walks of life greeted the October Manifesto with enthusiasm. There could be
no doubt that a decisive moment had been reached in the revolution. In the view
of many historians, the issuance of the Manifesto marked the high point of the ...

The Russian Liberals And The Revolution Of 1905

Author: Peter Enticott
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317245520
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a manifesto to the people, this had not been done by the time of the Duma's
demise. Vinaver's explanation is that since it was expected that a dissolution
would take place while the House was in session, it was felt that it would not be
difficult for the deputies to work out a manifesto on the spot. But in view of the fact
that Miliukov was given the task of drawing up the appeal, it seems likely that the
delay is partly explicable by the leadership's reservations about the proposed

History Of The Russian Revolution

Author: Leon Trotsky
Publisher: Haymarket Books
ISBN: 1608460509
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“Order Number One” had been the honest answer of the lower ranks themselves
to the questions raised before the army by the revolution. The manifesto of March
14 was the treacherous answer of the upper ranks to the questions honestly
presented to them by soldiers and workers. The manifesto of course expressed a
desire for peace, and moreover a democratic peace without annexations or
indemnities. But long before the February Revolution, the Western imperialists
had learned ...

The Communist Manifesto

Author: Mark Cowling
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 081471577X
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proletarian one derives from Marx's view of revolution as a process tied to
maturing material conditions, so that even before Marx had formulated the idea of
permanent revolution in the Manifesto, his argument cannot be described as
Blanquist or Jacobin in character. Marx identifies Jacobinism with an abstract
politics which seeks to suppress the real contradictions developing in civil society
. Even when Marx speaks only of a communist revolution (as in 1844), his
argument ...

The Tea Party Explained

Author: Yuri Maltsev
Publisher: Open Court
ISBN: 081269838X
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Like all congressmen, Paul took an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United
States. He applies the Constitution according to what he sees as its original
meaning and believes modern courts have interpreted it too loosely. He
maintains that his fellow lawmakers have disregarded the constitutional limits on
their power, leading to an explosive growth of government over the past century.
As he explained in his book The Revolution: A Manifesto: To be sure, the U.S.
Constitution is not ...

Russian Rightists And The Revolution Of 1905

Author: Don C. Rawson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521483865
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Most rejected the patriotic message of the manifesto while discerning some value
in the rescript and the ukase. But, like Witte, they agreed that the acts were
contradictory. V. A. Maklakov, an eloquent spokesman and legal expert for the
Union of Liberation, noted that what the rescript accepted as a commendable "
readiness of the people to provide their strength in improving the state order," the
manifesto condemned as a "seditious movement." Similarly, even though the
rescript ...