The Conscience of the Revolution

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The Conscience of the Revolution

By Robert Vincent Daniels
Harvard University Press, 1960
526 pp. $10.00

This solid monograph, one of the studies of the Russian Research Center at Harvard, traces the history of differences and oppositional currents within the Communist movement from the formation of the Bolshevik Party up to the enforced unity of the Stalin era.

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