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Nikolai Bukharin

a.k.a. Nikolai Ivanovich Bukharin

Author Code: RNIB

Born: Oct. 9, 1888 - Moscow, Russia

Died: Mar. 15, 1938 - Moscow, Russia

Educated at Moscow University, Bukharin was already politically active at the age of 16. In 1906, he joined the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party and became a member of the Bolshevik faction. Briefly imprisoned in 1911, he was exiled to Siberia, but escaped to Germany and traveled to New York where he edited Novy Mir with Trotsky. Having become a major theorist of the Bolshevik movement, he was elected to the Central Committee when he returned to Russia. After the 1917 Revolution, he became the editor of Pravda. He attended the Brest-Litovsk meetings and argued for a continuation of the war, but was slowly won over by Lenin. In 1924, he became a member of the Soviet Politburo and began a collaboration with Stalin on a number of issues. When he opposed Stalin in 1928 concerning rapid industrialization, his fate was sealed and he was ousted from the Politburo in 1929. In 1934, Stalin brought him back to edit Izvestia, but by 1937 he became part of the Stalin purges and was arrested and condemned as part of the Trial of the Twenty-One. He was executed by the NKVD in 1938. Bukharin was one of the most popular members of the Communist Party and one of its intellectual founders. He was exonerated by the Soviet Government in 1988. His works include Imperialism and World Economy (1917), The Russian Revolution & Its Significance (1917), Anarchy and Scientific Communism (1918), The Red Army and the Counter Revolution (1919), The ABC of Communism (1920), On Parliamentarism (1920), Historical Materialism (1921), Economic Theory of the Leisure Class (1927), Marx's Teachings and Its Historical Importance (1933) and Poetry, Poetics and the Problems of Poetry in the USSR (1934).

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RNIB001 Marx's Teaching and Its Historical Importance 1933 49 369k eBook Download PDF - 'Marx's Teaching and Its Historical Importance' (RNIB001) Find a printed copy of Marx's Teaching and Its Historical Importance by Nikolai Bukharin at AbeBooks
RNIB002 The Red Army and the Counter-Revolution 1919 3 111k eBook Download PDF - 'The Red Army and the Counter-Revolution' (RNIB002) Find a printed copy of The Red Army and the Counter-Revolution by Nikolai Bukharin at AbeBooks

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