Table of contents for The Russian Socialist Revolutionary Party before the First World War / Manfred Heldermeier.


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Introduction
The Gathering of the Neopopulists (1893-1901)
Theory, Program and the Basic Forms of Action of the Socialist Revolutionary Party (1902-1905)
The Construction of a Party Organization and the Beginnings of Socialist Revolutionary Agitation in Russia (1902-1905)
The Maximalist Heresy (1904-1906)
The Tactical Line of the PSR in the First Russian Revolution: Between Agitation for Revolt and Peaceful Opposition (1905-1907)
The Socialist Revolutionary Party Organization in the Years of the Revolution (1905-1907)
The PSR at the Grass Roots: Activity and Organization of the Socialist Revolutionary Local Committees During the First Russian Revolution (1905-1907)
Party Finances
The Social Characteristics of the PSR
The Dilemma of the Socialist Revolutionary Organization
The Agony of the Socialist Revolutionary Organization
The Crisis of the PSR: Differences of Opinion Over the Lessons of the Revolution and the Building of Factions (1907- 1914)
PSR and Modernization: Was there a Populist Alternative?
Dates in the History of the PSR
Short Biographies
Literature


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: PartŚiŽiža soŽtžsŚialistov-revolŽižuŽtžsŚionerov History, Socialism Russia History 20th century, Populism Russia History 20th century, Russia Politics and government 1894-1917