Peasants and Government in the Russian Revolution

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Peasants and Government in the Russian Revolution

By Graeme J. Gill
Barnes & Noble, 1979
233 pp. $22.50
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The Kerensky government's internal disunity, its alienation of the peasantry, and ultimate resort to force in the countryside contributed heavily to its downfall. The story is carefully chronicled in this admirable monograph.

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