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  Narodnik - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Narodism arose in Russia after the emancipation of the serfs in 1861, which signaled the coming end of the feudalist age in Russia.
Seeing the free serfs being sold into wage slavery, once under landlords, now under the bourgeoisie, Narodism was an expression of political reaction against what had happened.
After unsuccessful struggle to unite the peasantry to overthrow the Tsar, due to the peasantry's idolisation of the Tsar as someone "on their side", Narodism developed the practice of terrorism: the peasantry, they believed, must be shown that the Tsar was not supernatural, that he could be killed.
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 Lenin: From Narodism to Marxism
But the survivals of Narodism stand out very clearly in the part of the draft which characterises the autocracy and the attitude of the various classes towards it.
The muddle in the draft is the inevitable outcome of confounding Narodism with Marxism.
[1] Nikolai —on—pseudonym of N. Danielson, an ideologue of liberal Narodism in the eighties and nineties of the nineteenth century.
www.marxists.org /archive/lenin/works/1905/jan/24b.htm   (1991 words)

  
 Lenin: On Narodism
Narodism is the ideology of Russia’s peasant democrats.
The Russian liberal bourgeoisie is compelled, by virtue of its economic position, to strive not for the abolition, but for the division of the privileges of Purishkevich and Co. between the feudal landlords and the capitalists.
For the Narodniks, phrases about “socialism”;, “socialisation of the land”, equalised tenure, and so on, are mere words covering up the fact that the peasants are striving for complete equality in politics and for the complete abolition of feudal landownership.
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 Georgi Plekhanov   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Plekhanov was originally a Narodnik, a leader of the organization "Land and Freedom." After emigrating from Russia in 1880, he established connections with the Social-Democratic movement of western Europe and began to study the works of Marx and Engels.
This led him to renounce Narodism and become a Marxist.
In 1883, he founded, in Switzerland, the "Emancipation of Labor" group, which popularized Marxism among Russian revolutionaries.
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 History of the C.P.S.U.(B.) -- Ch. 1-4
Narodism had to be completely smashed ideologically if the further spread of Marxism and the creation of a Social-Democratic party were to be assured.
A decisive blow to Narodism was dealt by Plekhanov and his "Emancipation of Labour" group in the eighties.
The victory gained by the Marxists over Narodism and the revolutionary actions of the working class, which proved that the Marxists were right, stimulated the sympathy of the revolutionary youth for Marxism.
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His long investigation of Narodism was necessary for him to be able to avoid the tragedy of his brother, who, on the eve of the plot, was still in doubt whether he had taken the right path.
Narodism was a radical movement that began in the middle of the 19th century.
Vladimir Ulyanov’s break with Narodism, his original position with relation to the liberalism of Struve, and his dialectical attitude, i.e., his critical support of Narodism to the extent that the latter was a revolutionary democratic movement, are basic to his whole future development.
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 Petty-bourgeois and Proletarian Socialism
To a certain extent Narodism was an integral and consistent doctrine.
It denied the domination of capitalism in Russia; it denied the factory workers' role as the front-line fighters of the entire proletariat; it denied the importance of a political revolution and bourgeois political liberty; it preached an immediate socialist revolution, stemming from the peasant commune with its petty forms of husbandry.
The working-class movement in Russia has won recognition for itself, but as for the peasant movement, the gulf separating Narodism and Marxism is to this day revealed in their different interpretations of this movement.
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 Narodnik - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Although this Party did not last for long, the later Socialist-Revolutionaries, Popular Socialists, and Trudoviks all shared similar tactics, with ideas and practices originally set down by the Narodniks.(Source Marxists.org Glossary of Organisations - Narodniks)
This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about Narodnik contains research on
Narodnik, Narodism according to Lenin, See also, External links and Political parties of Imperial Russia.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Narodnichestvo   (827 words)

  
 Freecell.com - online and download versions of Freecell solitaire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The intelligentsia was fired with a vast and general zeal for struggle against Narodism and for going among the workers; the workers displayed a general enthusiasm for strike action.
It required a struggle to abandon the captivating impressions of those heroic traditions, and the struggle was accompanied by the breaking off of personal relations with people who were determined to remain loyal to the Narodnaya Volya and for whom the young Social-Democrats had profound respect.
The third period, as we have seen, was prepared in 1897 and it definitely cut off the second period in 1898 (1898-?).
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 RevolutionaryLeft.com -> NARODNIKI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Narodism arose in Russia after the emancipation of the serfs in 1861, which signalled the comming end of the fuedalist age in Russia.
Seeing the free serfs being sold into wage-slavery, once under landlords, now under the bourgeoisie, narodism was an expression of political reaction against what had happened.
Narodism later took up the position of the seperate path theory, that stipulated that the productive forces in Russia could leap from fuedalism to socialism without the need for capitalism; stressing that the revolutionary class that could accomplish this was the peasantry.
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 From Narodism to Marxism
The progress is to be noted in the content of the principles themselves, the progress from Narodism to Marxism, from democracy to socialism.
    The muddle in the draft is the inevitable outcome of confounding Narodism with Marxism.
Nikolai-on -- pseudonym of N. Danielson, an ideologue of liberal Narodism in the eighties and nineties of the nineteenth century.
www.marx2mao.com /Lenin/FNM05.html   (1973 words)

  
 V. I. Lenin - Working-Class and Bourgeois Democracy
The clear socialist approach to the question was even overshadowed when the waning faith in the socialist nature of our communes began to be renewed with theories in the spirit of V. V.{34} about the non-class, non-bourgeois nature of the Russian democratic intelligentsia.
The result was that Narodism, which in the past had positively rejected bourgeois liberalism, began gradually to merge with the latter in a single liberal-Narodist trend.
The Narodniks stood for the abolition of the autocracy and the transfer of the landlords' lands to the peasantry.
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 The Economic Content of Narodism
Struve's book is a systematic criticism of Narodism -- this word to be understood in its broad sense, as a theoretical doctrine that gives a particular solution to highly important sociological and economic problems, and as "a system of dogmas of economic policy" (p.
It would seem from the beginning of this description that the author understands how deeply-rooted this bourgeoisie is, understands its connections with the big bourgeoisie, to which the petty bourgeoisie "attaches itself," and its connections with the peasantry, who let their "children be trained" by them.
The Marxist turns to the most developed form of this relation to the form that is the quintessence of all the other forms, and shows the producer that the aim and object to follow is the abolition of this relation and its replacement by another.
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 chapter 5
This was in spite of very heavy repression by the Tsarist police which would, within months (or less), arrest and put out of action any group of marxists that were distributing agitation to workers.
This led to great prestige for Marxism and its victory over a rival ideology (Narodism) centered on the role of the peasantry.
The 1st Congress of the Russian party (the Russian Social-Democratic Labor Party, or RSDLP) was held in Minsk in 1898 but the significance of this congress (composed of nine people) was mostly symbolic.
www.leninism.org /pof/pof5.htm   (2306 words)

  
 Marx & Engels On The Russian Prospects of Revolution
Herzen is the founder of "Russian" socialism, of Narodism".
Narodism, which correspond to the raznochinsti point of view, becomes the dominant trend.
But although Lenin had begun to pay off Narodism, it was not until 1894 that Lenin’s fuller and systematic critique of Narodism was complete.
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 Lenin: Petty-Bourgeois and Proletarian Socialism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The entire history of Russian revolutionary thought during the last quarter of a century is the history of the struggle waged by Marxism against petty-bourgeois Narodnik socialism.
While the rapid growth and remarkable successes of the Russian working-class movement have already brought victory to Marxism in Russia too, the development of an indubitably revolutionary peasant movement—especially after the famous peasant revolts in the Ukraine in 1902—has on the other hand caused a certain revival of senile Narodism.
Both men were ideologists of liberal Narodism of the 1880s and 1890s.
www.marxists.org.uk /archive/lenin/works/1905/oct/25.htm   (2909 words)

  
 Spontaneous combustion?
At the time of their origin in 1902-3, a populist semi-anarchistic movement, the Narodniks, had been much more influential for a generation.
Even Lenin, the founder of the Bolsheviks, had been profoundly influenced by Narodism.
When Lenin was a teenager, his own older brother had been hanged in 1887 as a result of involvement in the attempted assassination of the Tsar.
www.web.net /sworker/En/SW2001/359-07-spontaneous.html   (1004 words)

  
 The Sunday Tribune - Spectrum - Books
Though one expects that he would have discussed these more seriously in his previously published three-volume work on Lenin’s political thought, it is necessary not to underestimate his theoretical writings and to throw out the baby with the bathwater.
A number of principles still carry a lot of weight, one of them being Lenin’s critique of Narodism.
In India, for example Narodism in the form of Gandhism and neo- Narodism in the writings of Third World theorists like Ashish Nandy and Vandana Shiva has been a much stronger current than in Russia.
www.tribuneindia.com /2002/20020113/spectrum/book1.htm   (1350 words)

  
 VLADIMIR ILYICH LENIN - LIFE AND WORK
They were incapable of understanding the role of the working class as the decisive factor in the socialist remaking of society, adhering as they did to the fallacious idealistic theory of "active" heroes and a "passive mob" that blindly followed in the wake of the history-making "great personalities".
One obstacle that had to be removed was liberal Narodism into which the revolutionary Narodism of the 1870s had degenerated.
Unless the influence of Narodism among the masses was overcome, there could be no thought of further success.
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 EefyWiki - 20a: It Was Time For A Change   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Yet the freedom was mainly in name only, and Alexander wound up alienating all of Russia's classes at one time or another: the landowning nobles, the small but highly involved middle class, and the masses of the peasants.
The legacy of the Decembrists hardened into narodism and outright terrorism, and eventually cost Alexander II his life.
His son and successor Alexander III took Nicholas I's conservative approach by attempting to impose order upon Russia and the peoples of the Russian Empire, with no real results.
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 Glossary of People: Pl   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
In 1883 Plekhanov helped form the first Russian Marxist organisation: the Emancipation of Labour group.
Plekhanov renewed his struggle against Narodism, pointing out flaws in revolutionary appeals to the Russian peasantry alone, and flaws in the tactics of terrorism, being the opposite of mass action; a requirment for Socialist revolution.
Throughout the 1890s the influence of the Emancipation of Labour group on Russia's proletariat, through smuggling pamphlets into the country, built up a revolutionary following within Russia, enabling the party to be engaged in labour and union struggles in Russia.
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Chernyshevsky, G.N., founds politics of Narodism, 9—10; and peasant rebellion, 9—10; and village commune, 9—10; founds first underground Narodnik organization, 10; arrest and exile (1862—83), 10—11; and liberals, 126—27; and style (influence on Lenin), 303
Herzen, A.I., II; founder of Narodism, 8; on leading role of peasantry, 8—9; on village commune as foundation of socialism, 9; calls on students to “go to the people,” 10
Vorontsov, V.P. (V.V.), adapts Marxism to Narodism, 12—14; Lenin criticizes his theory, 27—28
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 Regularise the System of Party Education
A couple of TU federations come up – one in the North, the other in South Russia.
1883: “Emancipation of Labour Group” formed abroad by Plekhanov to propagate Marxism against Narodism.
1895: “St. Petersburg League of Struggle”, formed by Lenin, unites 20 such circles, launches a fight against the then fashionable “legal Marxism” as well as Narodism, and connects Marxist propaganda with mass working class agitation.
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 Preface to Letters my Marx et. al. to Friedrich Sorge
Bakuninism was one of the ideological sources of Narodism (see Note 22).
: Narodism -- a petty-bourgeois trend in the Russian revolutionary movement that grew up in the sixties and seventies of the nineteenth century and comprised mainly progressive intellectuals from the lower social-estates.
With the objective of rousing the peasantry to struggle against absolutism, the revolutionary youth "went among the people", to the village, gaining there, however, no support.
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 The roots of Bolshevism: What is to be done? | Workers' Liberty
Only those who are not sure of themselves can fear to enter into temporary alliances even with unreliable people...
Thanks to this alliance, an astonishingly rapid victory was obtained over Narodism [the populist agrarian socialist terrorists] and Marxist ideas (even though in a vulgarised form) became very widespread...
But an essential condition for such an alliance must be the full opportunity for the socialists to reveal to the working class that its interests are diametrically opposed to the interests of the bourgeoisie.
www.workersliberty.org /node/4161   (3276 words)

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