The Ideas of Nikolai Bukharin by A. Kemp-Welch

The Ideas of Nikolai Bukharin

EditorA. Kemp-Welch

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

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Nikolai Bukharin was a pioneer and founder member of Soviet Communism. An Old Bolshevik and a close comrade of Lenin, he was shot by Stalin, but eventually reinstated, posthumously, under Gorbachev. This collection of essays by an international range of scholars is the first systematic studyof his ideas. The book analyses three major areas of his thought: economics and the peasantry, politics and international relations, and culture and science, and examines his influence both on his contemporaries and on subsequent thinkers. Anthony Kemp-Welch's extensive introduction establishes the context forthis discussion, and he also provides a historical evaluation of Bukharin's role in relation to the emergence of Stalinism, the phenomenon that finally removed him from the political stage. Bukharin's intellectual legacy is only now beginning to be appreciated fully and this book will be an important resource for anyone wanting a more thorough analysis of his intellectual contribution. Contributors: Anna di Biagio, John Biggart, V. P. Danilov, Peter Ferdinand, Neil Harding, A. Kemp-Welch, Robert Lewis, and Alec Nove.

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A. Kemp-Welch, Lecturer in Politics, University of Nottingham.

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Title:The Ideas of Nikolai BukharinFormat:HardcoverDimensions:216 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.03 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198278667

ISBN - 13:9780198278665

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Nikolai Bukharin was a pioneer and founder member of Soviet Communism. An Old Bolshevik and a close comrade of Lenin, he was shot by Stalin, but eventually reinstated, posthumously, under Gorbachev. This collection of essays by an international range of scholars is the first systematic study of his ideas. The book analyses three major areas of his thought: economics and the peasantry, politics and international relations, and culture and science, and examines his influence both on his contemporaries and on subsequent thinkers. Anthony Kemp-Welch's extensive introduction establishes the context for this discussion, and he also provides a historical evaluation of Bukharin's role in relation to the emergence of Stalinism, the phenomenon that finally removed him from the political stage. Bukharin's intellectual legacy is only now beginning to be appreciated fully and this book will be an important resource for anyone wanting a more thorough analysis of his intellectual contribution.

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'this volume has been very well edited ... I recommend it as an excellent introduction to Bukharin's ideas, particularly of the post-1917 period.'Ian D. Thatcher, Irish Slavonic Studies