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  Glossary of Organisations: Na
The Narodniks generally believed that capitalism was not a necessary result of industrial development, and that it was possible to skip capitalism all together, and enter straight into a kind of Socialism.
The Narodniks believed the peasantry was the revolutionary class that would overthrow the monarchy, regarding the village commune as the embyro of Socialism.
The Narodniks, however, did not believe that the peasantry would be able to achieve revolution on their own accord, but instead that history could only be made by heroes, outstanding personalities, who would lead an otherwise passive peasantry to revolution.
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  [Narodnik] | [All the best Narodnik resources at karaoke.velocityincome.com]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Narodniks viewed certain aspects of the past with a dose of nostalgia: resenting the former land ownership system, they objected against the uprooting of peasants from the traditional obshchina (the Russian commune).
The Narodniks generally believed that capitalism was not a necessary result of industrial development, and that it was possible to skip capitalism altogether, and enter straight into a kind of socialism.
After the struggle to unite the peasantry to overthrow the Emperor, unsuccessful due to the peasantry's idolisation of the latter as someone "on their side", Narodism developed the practice of terrorism: the peasantry, they believed, must be shown that the Emperor was not supernatural, and that he could be killed.
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  Informat.io on Narodnik
Narodniks viewed certain aspects of the past with a dose of nostalgia: resenting the former land ownership system, they objected against the uprooting of peasants from the traditional obshchina (the Russian commune).
The Narodniks generally believed that capitalism was not a necessary result of industrial development, and that it was possible to skip capitalism altogether, and enter straight into a kind of socialism.
The Narodniks believed the peasantry was the revolutionary class that would overthrow the monarchy, regarding the village commune as the embryo of socialism.
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 Lenin: The Narodnik-Like Bourgeoisie and Distraught Narodism
Marxist criticism tore off this cloak, and the influence of Narodnik ideas on Russian revo lutionary circles began to ebb with.
A highly interesting and instructive example of the mingling and fusion of European opportunist and Russian Narodnik ideas is to be found in Mr.
That it is the position of the petty-bourgeois members of the peasantry which would inevitably be strengthened and consolidated by the consistent application of democracy in the agrarian sphere, the bourgeois democrats do not and will not realise.
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 „Stinklangweilig“ … Ron Mueck … Narodnik — Aidan Kehoe’s Weblog.
„Stinklangweilig“ … Ron Mueck … Narodnik — Aidan Kehoe’s Weblog.
Word of the day: Народник, written in English as “Narodnik,” is the term for a movement of pre-Bolshevik revolutionaries in Russia.
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 Politics in the Zeros
The Narodniks were an underground group of violent terrorists in Russia starting in the 1870's.
The Narodniks did have an effect, and their attacks against the Tsars were brave and heroic.
However, in one of history's fascinating sidenotes, the execution of one Narodnik had a profound effect on his teenage brother, who took the lessons to heart when he became an organizer.
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Once more, in the attitude of the Narodniks to work among the proletariat, we have the case of a theory being outgrown by practice—a change in tactics without the understanding of theoretical consequences necessary for a consistent change of course.
To encourage the fight against the Narodniks, in whom the tsar saw the main enemy, “legal Marxism” was permitted in the middle nineties.
Against Narodnik “subjectivism” he put forward rigid “objectivism.” The scientific socialists, he believed, were struggling for socialism not because it should be, but because it was the next stage in the magnificent and irresistible march of history.
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 Development of Capitalism in Russia -- Pref. & Ch. 1
It is quite natural, therefore, that our Narodnik theoreticians, who declare this process to be the result of artificial measures, the result of a "deviation from the path," and so on and so forth, have tried to gloss over the fact of thc social division of labour in Russia or to belittle its significance.
All the more noteworthy is the fact that the exponents of Narodnik economics completely ignore this law both in their purely theoretical arguments and in their arguments about capitalism in Russia (we shall deal at length with the specific manifestations of this law in Russia later on, in Chapter VIII).
And the Narodniks could not escape it with a couple of threadbare phrases about "the impossibility of the capitalists consuming surplus-value." Had they really wanted to raise the question of the foreign market, they would have had to examine the history of the development of foreign trade, the history of the development of commodity circulation.
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 The Economic Content of Narodism
It is because you are an ideologist of the petty bourgeoisie, because your ideas, i.e., Narodnik ideas in general, and not the ideas of Tom, Dick, and Harry -- are the result of their reflecting the interests and the viewpoint of the small producer, and not at all the result of "pure"* thought.
The Narodnik sees the causes of these things in that "there is little land," taxes are burdensome, and "earnings" are falling -- i.e., in peculiarities of policy -- land, taxation, industrial -- and not in the peculiarities of the social organisation of production, an organisation from which the given policy inevitably follows.
When a Narodnik gives us a description of the facts, he is always compelled to admit that reality belongs to capital, that our actual evolution is capitalist, that strength is in the hands of the bourgeoisie.
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 Petty-bourgeois and Proletarian Socialism
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 Narodniks considered the muzhik the man of the future in Russia, this view springing inevitably from their faith in the socialist character of the peasant commune, from their lack of faith in the future of capitalism.
Secondly, he who says that the Marxists ignore the peasant question thereby proves his desire to avoid giving a complete appraisal of the actual difference in principles, giving the answer to the question whether or not the present-day peasant movement is democratic-bourgeois, whether or not it is objectively directed against the survivals of serfdom.
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 Narodnik
Narodnik (af russisk narod: folk), «populist», er en betegnelse for de russiske intellektuelle i anden halvdel af det 19.
Narodnik anvendes mere specifikt om 1870'ernes revolutionære generation, der aktivt forsøgte at opmuntre til et alrussisk bondeoprør mod godsejerne og zarens embedsmænd.
Det var først i denne periode, de revolutionære tog navnet narodnik i brug om sig selv, som for at understrege deres stadige stærke hengivenhed overfor de russiske bønder.
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 Narodnik - Wikipédia
Narodniks foi o nome dado aos membros das elites cultivadas da Rússia, alfabetizadas e oriundas das cidades, que nos anos das décadas de 1860 e 1870 idealizavam um regresso à vida no campo, inspirados no romantismo e em Rousseau.
Os Narodniks provinham de uma classe social média-alta. A maior parte deles não tinha qualquer afinidade com os lavradores russos e sua cultura.
Um líder Narodnik, Stepnjak, escreveu em 1876 a seu amigo Lavrov: "Não conseguimos nem sequer mudar o pensamento de um entre 600 camponeses, quanto mais de um em 60"...
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 Two, Three, Many Parties of a New Type?
The ultra-left, represented by the Narodniks, based their terrorist activity on a populist and explicitly anti-Marxist analysis of Russia.
The Narodniks' restriction of political struggle to terrorism impelled some Social-Democrats towards an equally narrow rejection of politics altogether.
Lastly, the fight against the Narodniks' reliance upon conspiratorial organization alone to lead the people's struggle created favorable conditions for the Rights' attack on the need for any strong revolutionary organization at all.
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 Stolypin and the Narodnik Agrarian Programmes
Let us imagine for a moment that the Left Narodniks' plan was put into practice, say, through the equal division of all the lands among all citizens, men and women.
Only, this distribution would have to be not "per capita", which is the Narodnik's dream, but per capital, as imposed by the market.
The real similarity between the Stolypin and the Narodnik agrarian programmes lies in the fact that both advocate a radical break-up of the old, medieval system of landownership.
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 ML Forces Unite by Fighting Revisionism and Sectarianism
The policy of individual terrorism was based on the erroneous Narodnik theory of active "heroes" and a passive "mob", which awaited exploits from the "heroes".
For this reason Narodniks abandoned mass revolutionary work among the peasantry and the working class and changed to individual terrorism.
They are nothing but modern day Narodniks who persist in refusing to take lessons from history or their own experience.
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 The Narodnik-Like Bourgeoisie and Distraught Narodism
Marxist criticism tore off this cloak, and the influence of Narodnik ideas on Russian revo lutionary circles began to ebb with.
A highly interesting and instructive example of the mingling and fusion of European opportunist and Russian Narodnik ideas is to be found in Mr.
That it is the position of the petty-bourgeois members of the peasantry which would inevitably be strengthened and consolidated by the consistent application of democracy in the agrarian sphere, the bourgeois democrats do not and will not realise.
www.ucc.ie /acad/socstud/tmp_store/mia_2/Library/archive/lenin/works/1903/nov/05a.htm   (2073 words)

  
 Marx & Engels On The Russian Prospects of Revolution
The Russian Narodniks erroneously held that the principal revolutionary force was not the working class but the peasantry and that the rule of the tsar and the landlords could be overthrown by means of peasant revolts alone.
The method of combating tsardom chosen by the Narodniks namely by the assassination of individuals, by individual terrorism was wrong and detrimental to the revolution.
In the midst of this ideological rout, some die-hard Narodniks were even reduced to negotiating with the tsarist authorities, to relieve the 1891 famine effects, in the countryside, and to preserve the mir (Baron, "Plekhanov"; Ibid; p.
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Narodnik's 39 Horned Overseers attack mbartsc's 14 Knights!
Narodnik's 48 Succubus Mistresses attack mbartsc's 50 Archers!
Narodnik's 33 Horned Overseers attack mbartsc's 7 Knights!
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 Sosialisme Borjuis Kecil dan Sosialisme Proletar
Teori-teori Narodnik yang kuno dengan diwarnai oleh oportunisme Eropa yang populer masa itu (Revisionisme, Bernteinsime[2] adn kritisisme atas Marx), menyusun seluruh persediaan ideologis asli golongan yang umum disebut Sosialis-Revolusioner.[3] Itulah sebabnya mengapa masalah kaum petani menonjol dalam pertentangan Marxis melawan Narodnik sejati maupun golongan sosialis-revolusioner.
Kesetiaan Narodnik pada komune petani dan bentuk tertentu anarkisme Narodnik sepenuhnya bisa menjelaskan mengapa kesimpulan demikian yang selalu terumuskan.
Kaum sosial revolusioner yang telah berintegras lagi pada pandangan kuno narodnik, bahkan ternyata telah merupakan ajaran-ajaran Narodnik itu sendiri.
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Narodnik's 50 Horned Overseers attack Andrij's 10 Nightmares!
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Narodnik's 50 Horned Overseers attack Andrij's 0 Nightmares, but there is nothing to attack!
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 The Question of the Market Theory
The question of markets in capitalist society, it will be remembered, occupied a highly important place in the theory of the Narodnik economists headed by Messrs.
It is, therefore, perfectly natural that economists who adopt a negative attitude towards the Narodnik theories should deem it essential to call attention to this problem and to explain, first and foremost, the basic, abstract-theoretical points of the "market theory." An attempt to offer such an explanation was undertaken by Mr.
Capitalism cannot develop except in a whole series of contradictions, and the indication of these contradictions merely explains to us the historically transitory nature of capitalism, explains the conditions and causes of its tendency to go forward to a higher form.
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 History of politics before the year 1905
Inconsequence and incompleteness of the reforms caused social dissatisfaction that resulted in spreading of narodnik movement ideas on the territory of the land.
The narodnik movement was replaced by liberal one.
The first social-democratic group was organized in Kazan in 1897.
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In 1881, they succeeded in assassinating the Tsar, but few peasants could understand why they should support this kind of political movement, since this was the same Tsar who had freed them from serfdom.
As industrialization began, the redemption payments in the countryside were still continuing.
With more and more peasants working part of the year away from their families in overcrowded factories, Narodnik and populist ideas became more appealing.
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 Amazon.ca: Trotsky for Beginners: Books: Robert Lekachman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Who's Who contains anarchist activists like Vera Zasulich, a Narodnik militant who "Shot and wounded the Governor of St. Petersburg, General Tepov" [which might not be spelled correctly] because a Narodnik student "was flogged for failing to remove his hat in Trepov's presence.
Her trial and acquittal by the jury caused a sensation and was popularly supported." (p.
Ali also points out that Trotsky saw clearly the menace of Hitlerism before just about everybody else did and advocated that the communists and social democrats join forces in a "united front" to try to stop Hitler which earned him even more violent abuse from Moscow and their sattelites in Germany.
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