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Georgi Plekhanov

a.k.a. Georgi Valentinovich Plekhanov, N. Beltov *

Author Code: RGVP

Born: Dec. 11, 1856 - Gudalovka, Russia

Died: May 30, 1918 - Terioki, Finland

As a young man, Plekhanov joined the Land and Freedom Party, but broke with them in 1879 because of his opposition to their use of political terror. From 1880 to 1917, he lived in exile in Geneva, Switzerland. Drawn to Marxist theories, he became one of the founders in 1883 of the League for the Emancipation of Labor, the predecessor of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party. In 1900, he began to publish the Socialist newspaper, Iskra, in collaboration with Lenin. Plekhanov differed with Lenin in that he felt that Socialism in Russia would not work until industrialization had progressed to a sufficient level to support it. In 1903, when the SDLP split into the two factions of Bolsheviks and Mensheviks, Plekhanov joined the latter. He supported Russia's participation in the First World War, and when Revolution broke out in February, 1917, he returned from exile to continue his support of the war and to fight the influence of the Bolsheviks. When they eventually came to power in October, 1917, Plekhanov retired to an exile in Finland where he died from tuberculosis the following year. His main works include Socialism and the Political Struggle (1883), Anarchism and Socialism (1895), and The Role of the Individual in History (1898).

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RGVP002 Anarchism and Socialism 1895 45 338k eBook Download PDF - 'Anarchism and Socialism' (RGVP002) Find a printed copy of Anarchism and Socialism by Georgi Plekhanov at AbeBooks
RGVP004 The Development of the Monist View of History 1895 78 499k eBook Download PDF - 'The Development of the Monist View of History' (RGVP004) Find a printed copy of The Development of the Monist View of History by Georgi Plekhanov at AbeBooks
RGVP003 Ibsen, Petty Bourgeois Revolutionist 1891 29 244k eBook Download PDF - 'Ibsen, Petty Bourgeois Revolutionist' (RGVP003) Find a printed copy of Ibsen, Petty Bourgeois Revolutionist by Georgi Plekhanov at AbeBooks
RGVP005 On the Role of the Individual in History 1898 24 227k eBook Download PDF - 'On the Role of the Individual in History' (RGVP005) Find a printed copy of On the Role of the Individual in History by Georgi Plekhanov at AbeBooks
RGVP001 Socialism and the Political Struggle 1883 35 329k eBook Download PDF - 'Socialism and the Political Struggle' (RGVP001) Find a printed copy of Socialism and the Political Struggle by Georgi Plekhanov at AbeBooks

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