Soviet politics - The dilemma of power: The role of ideas in by Barrington Moore

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The November and their interpretation, difficult as the latter Revolution, which is a matter of recorded facts may be. As for the argument that hypotheses on how events might have turned out are of no use, the logical reply is that they are an essential element in any attempt to discover why they did turn out the way they did. tion One way to calculate the results of the Russian Revolu- to try to determine what would have happened if there had no revolution. The "mental experiment," to be sure, is un- is been satisfactory in many respects, since verification can never be as certain as in the laboratory.

Preference has been given to those secondary sources which revealed a thorough familiarity with the original sources and which have to this extent lightened the heavy burden of research. On occasion, facts or allegations of have been taken from such sources and given an interpretation with which their authors might not agree. For such acts it is facts necessary to beg indulgence and to hope that the new interpretaup under critical examination. Furthermore, I disavow any claim that I have examined all the original or secondtions will bear ary sources relevant to the problems investigated.

Process of terri- expansion the Tsarist regime was obliged to impose a heavy economic burden upon the population, which in turn kept the masses in an impoverished state. While the autocracy was the bourgeoisie's best customer, it also prevented the growth of an internal mass market. Hence it cut the ground from under the 7 bourgeoisie with one hand, while it helped with the other. In addition, a large proportion of the state's resources went to suptorial port a bureaucratic and legal machine, staffed largely with members of the gentry who by education and training were often and whose rules and red tape checked the business interests at numerous points.

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