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- such that two groups of Narodniks emerged: the so-called "Critical Narodniks" and "Doctrinaire Narodniks". Critical Narodniks followed Mikhaylovsky, and...
- (1853-1920), was a Russian revolutionary and a prominent member of the Narodniks. She was the sister of Vera Figner. V. N. Figner, Autobiografia, 1926...
- treatment of the narodnik's ideals. Still, in retrospect, the most objective and thorough analysis of the book has been provided by the two narodniks, Mikhail...
- identified Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (CPI(ML)) as 'Indian Narodniks'. CIC was one of ten Maoist groups that were banned by the Central government...
- Party of Narodnik Communists was a political party in Russia. The party was formed by a section of Left Socialist-Revolutionaries, who wished to cooperate...
- Vital Question, 1894). In the mid-1890s Bogdanovich drifted away from Narodniks and became a member of the Legal Marxists group. In the early 1890s Bogdanovich...
- literary society for self-education and a revolutionary organization of the Narodniks in the early 1870s. The intelligentsia of mid-nineteenth century Tsarist...
- 1915) was a Russian journalist, publicist and literary critic. An ardent narodnik, influenced by the ideas of Nikolai Mikhaylovsky and Pyotr Lavrov, Protopopov...
- Revolutionary Party, 1900–1911, 1988. Francis King (translator and compiler). The Narodniks in the Russian Revolution: Russia’s Socialist-Revolutionaries in 1917...
- Ковальская; June 17 (29), 1849 or 1851 – 1943) was a Russian revolutionary, narodnik, and founding member of Black Repartition. Kovalskaya was the illegitimate...