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Un operaio di Jaroslavl, Vasilij Ivanovic Ljulin: per un'approccio microstorico alla genesi dello stalinismo
Author/s: Maria Ferretti 
Year:  2007 Issue: 72 Language: Italian 
Pages:  29 Pg. 71-99 FullText PDF:  123 KB

Maria Ferretti’s essay, based on unpublished sources from both central and local archives in Russia, reconstructs the history of a textile worker at Jaroslavl’ Vasilij Ljulin had defended the revolution during the civil war and by the end of the 1920s had become the leader of his factory comrades protesting against the forced pace of industrialization, ending his days in a gulag. His biography provides a key to read the origins of Stalinism by its focus on social conflict and in particular on the relationship between factory workers and bolshevik dictatorship.

Maria Ferretti, in "PASSATO E PRESENTE" 72/2007, pp. 71-99, DOI:


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