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Factory Owners On Workers Strikes

Auhtor: Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

Language: english
Published: 1909

Genres:

political,  revolutionary,  social history
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Review by Michael Gallagher, October 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'Factory Owners On Workers Strikes':

Lenin was the initiator of the central drama--the tragedy--of our era the rise of totalitarian states. A bookish man with a scholars habits and a generals tactical instincts Lenin introduced to the 20th century the practice of taking an all-embracing ideology and imposing it on an entire society rapidly and mercilessly he created a regime that erased politics erased historical memory erased opposition. In his short career in power from 1917 until his death in 1924 Lenin created a model not merely for his successor Stalin but for Mao for Hitler for Pol Pot. And while in this way Lenin may be the central actor who begins the 20th century he is the least knowable of characters. As a boy growing up in Simbirsk Lenin distinguished himself in Latin and Greek. The signal event of his youth--the event that radicalized him--came in 1887 when his eldest brother Alexander a student at the University of St. Petersburg was hanged for conspiring to help assassinate Czar Alexander III. As a lawyer Lenin became increasingly involved in radical politics and after completing a three-year term of Siberian exile he began his rise as the leading communist theorist tactician and party organizer.

Excerpts from the Book 'Factory Owners On Workers Strikes':


... Marxists Internet Archive as your source. Creative Commons License FACTORY OWNERS ON WORKERS' STRIKES?. ?. ?. ?. ?. ?. ?. 125 I II ??III ?. ...
... Area in 1912 (Moscow, 1913). The price is not given. The factory owners do not wish their publications to be put on sale. ? ? Yuli Petrovich ...
... of new members of the association must be the strengthening of the prestige of that might, said Mr. Guzhon. ? ? As you see, the speech was not ...
... . ?. ?. ?. ?. ?. ?. ?. ?. ?. ?. ?. ?. 1,062,720?? 105,110?? ? ? It is easy to see that the industrialists' figures ...
... per cent) and political strikes for more than four-tenths (41.6 per cent). ? ? Typical of the past year, write the factory owners, was the extraordinary ...
... of 1905, and in St. Petersburg, over the well-known verdict in the case of naval ratings November, in St. Petersburg, over the Sevastopol verdict ...
... Then follow the usual threats of severe measures - fines, stopping of bonuses, lock-outs. The interests of the country's production, declare ...
... ? The 1912 data of the Moscow Factory Owners Association on the incidence of strikes in various areas and branches of industry are very badly compiled. ...
... the South is enough to show how useless, i.e., extremely incomplete, the factory owners' statistics are. The figures for the last seven months of 1912 ...
... the number of factory workers there is about four times that of the number in the St. Petersburg area. In the Kingdom of Poland there are slightly ...
... Russia into the economic strike movement. ? ? In respect of determination, on the other hand, the strikes in the South and in Poland take first ...
... strike struggle. From 1895 to 1904 the average number of days lost per striker was 4.8, in 1909 it was 6.5 days, in 1911 it was 7.5 days (8.2 days ...
... ?.? 180,380? 2,423.5 131,625? 2,107.4? ? ? Here the extreme insufficiency of the factory owners' statistics and the extreme carelessness ...
... necessity of striking for a tiny wage increase! ? ? As far as the results of the strikes are concerned, the factory owners' statistics declare ...
... 12 per cent the results are unclear. It is very likely that the factory owners concealed their defeat in this 12 per cent of all cases because every ...
... (i.e., did not gain any improvement) then follow the St. Petersburg area with 63 per cent, the South with 33 per cent, the Baltic area with 20 per cent ...
... and 9,000 defeated. Textile workers in Poland, however, had 8,000 successful strikers and 400 defeated. ? ? ? The financial results of the ...
... rubles. ? ? Here the factory owners place a period. How wise they are! What did the workers gain ? ? ? In two years 125,000 workers ...
... workers' solidarity or the conditions of proletarian struggle. ? ? About 300,000 workers have sacrificed 3,000,000 rubles to the economic ...
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