Voices of Revolution, 1917 (2001)
by Mark Steinberg

At the center of this book are the voices of ordinary Russians--urban workers, peasants, and soldiers--expressing their ideals, discontents, and values amidst the revolutionary upheavals in Russia from February 1917 to January 1918.  Designed with classroom use and general readers especially in mind, the collection reveals not only the range of popular political opinion in Russia during the revolution, but also the judgments, ideals, values, and emotions that were essential to how people understood and judged the revolution. The book includes an introductory discussion of popular language in the revolution.

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