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The mind boggles how seemingly intelligent people could not see the problem with “collectivisation” and “seizing the means of production”. A great book for historical facts and knowledges from this event that always mantain the proffesional line of a good historian like Edward Hallet. Levan Ramishvili rated it liked it Apr 09, This is his magnum opus distilled into two hundred pages. They increased wages and reduced prices.

For a short history pagesCarr packs in a lot of information. Conviene, no obstante, conocer previamente algo sobre el tema, aunque sea someramente, para obtener mayor provecho de la lectura. The targets that were set were too political and idealistic and ostracised any economists that were not of a similar mindset.

To ask other readers questions about The Russian Revolution from Lenin to Stalinplease sign up. This was “apparently carried out without a vote”. R rated it really liked it Oct 01, Carr himself says that the term “became one of abuse”.

The Russian Revolution from Lenin to Stalin by Edward Hallett Carr

Power can only come from the people. Lists with This Book. Nonetheless, lenkn remains an excellent account of the factual details of what transpired, especially so on the the economic history.

Patrick rated it liked it Aug 17, This is why the Russian Revolution must be consigned to the dustbin of history and not lionised like some people still do today. The policy reaped immediate benefits and revoluciion began to stabilise.


The peasants also bitterly resented having to hand over the means of production.

Six years on from the Revolution and the workers were worse off than before it. At this point, there was the option to liberalise the economy or to use force to bend it to their will. This the fundamental issue with Marxism in that it predicted some idealistic society where everybody just worked without any incentive.

Books by Edward Hallett Carr. Democracy is an cwrr must to prevent tyranny. This book, now available in a brand new edition, is, without doubt, stwlin standard short history of the Russian Revolution and now contains a new introduction b E. This book, now available in a brand cxrr edition, is, without doubt, the standard short history of the Russian Revolution and now contains a new introduction by R.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. It was not just the Kulaks who felt the squeeze. Thanks for telling us about the problem. He believed that the Party would speak for the working class.

Ali rated it really liked it Aug 02, It was not dictatorship or totalitarianism. When prices skyrocketed they “tried to force down retail prices by decree”. Carr devoted thirty years of his life to writing the fourteen volume, two million words and arguably the definitive history of twentieth century Russia. In a capitalist society, the equipment would have been revo,ucion and leased by private companies designed to do these jobs.

Carr had changed his mind on elements of the history that he had written once the horror of what had revolcuion under Stalin began to emerge. It was the liberalisation of the NEC that was the variable that changed.

I’ve been reading about the Russian Revolution for more than 15 years, and Lfnin just discovered E. The Bolsheviks attempted to centralise all of the food that was produced meaning that the farmers could not keep any that they made to feed themselves and their families.

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Many chose to slaughter their animals rather than hand them over”. This book rusx a short survey up to Stalin’s forced collectivization. At the first Communist International, “Comintern”, Lenin “denounced bourgeois democracy and proclaimed the dictatorship of the proletariat” whilst Trotsky employed similar language in speeches he gave at the time.

Sadly, we have not learned that most basic of economic lessons and lenni can see the same thing happening in Venezuela today. Return to Book Page. Collectivisation lead to the deaths of between 1 to 5 million people.

The Russian Revolution from Lenin to Stalin 1917-1929

This remains the tragic irony of communism. Trevelyan lectures stxlin the University of Cambridge that became the basis of his book, What is History? No trivia or quizzes yet.

It was the communist economic policy. No violence must ever be used to control the citizens of any country.

In the election on 12th Novemberthe total leftist parties won out of seats in the Duma with the Bolsheviks winning of these. Carr, like Hobsbawn, had a leftist political perspective which needs to be factored in when reading this. No doubt, Trotsky and the Bolsheviks had exquisite intentions. There is absolutely no doubt that the Russian Revolution was, as Carr revoolucion out, “the source of more profound and more lasting repercussions throughout the world than any other historical event of modern times” yet its lesson remain stark.

Sadly, the Party chose the latter option. Despite the noblest of intentions, no government can impose its will upon the people without taking away their liberty.