Written by Peter Arshinov in 1927, The Two Octobers is a critical history of the Russian Revolution written from a libertarian or anarchist perspective. The "other" October Revolution that Arshinov refers to in the title of the book is the revolution of the workers that preceded the political revolution of the Bolshevik Party.

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  • Written by Peter Arshinov in 1927, The Two Octobers is a critical history of the Russian Revolution written from a libertarian or anarchist perspective. The "other" October Revolution that Arshinov refers to in the title of the book is the revolution of the workers that preceded the political revolution of the Bolshevik Party. (en)
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  • Written by Peter Arshinov in 1927, The Two Octobers is a critical history of the Russian Revolution written from a libertarian or anarchist perspective. The "other" October Revolution that Arshinov refers to in the title of the book is the revolution of the workers that preceded the political revolution of the Bolshevik Party. (en)
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  • The Two Octobers (en)
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