Against the Grain

Marxism, Anarchism, and the Russian Revolution

What did anarchism and Marxism look like in the nineteenth century, and in the years leading up to the Russian Revolution? Were Marxists and anarchists always at loggerheads? And how did the Bolshevik Revolution affect the dynamics and development of these two great idea systems? Anthony D’Agostino weighs in on these and other questions.

Anthony D’Agostino, The Russian Revolution, 1917-1945 Praeger/ABC-CLIO

Anthony D’Agostino, The Rise of Global Powers: International Politics in the Era of the World Wars Cambridge University Press, 2011

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