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Author: William B. Husband
ISBN13: 978-0195064353
Title: Revolution in the Factory: The Birth of the Soviet Textile Industry, 1917-1920
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Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1st edition (October 4, 1990)
Pages: 240

Revolution in the Factory: The Birth of the Soviet Textile Industry, 1917-1920 by William B. Husband



This book explores the textile industry as a paradigm of the issues and problems that bedeviled the Bolshe- viks' attempts to restructure and revitalize Soviet industry, issues and problems whose genesis was in the prerevolutionary legacy and persisted at least through the first Five-Year Plan. It is a tale of the precarious balance between delivering the promises of the revolution and creating a functioning economy and society that conformed to ideology as interpreted by the Bolsheviks. The dynamics of that balance in the textile industry were those of all industry writ large.

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Revolution in the Factory: The Birth of the Soviet Textile Industry, 1917-1920. New York: Oxford University Press, 1990. Louisiana Stale University. Published online: 27 January 2017.

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Drawing on archival materials previously unavailable to Western scholars, Husband here presents the first detailed local perspective on political, economic, and social relations during the critical years of the Soviet state. Taking into account local loyalties, family and gender identifications, and impulses toward self-preservation--in addition to class frictions--this study of the textile industry shows how unskilled workers shaped their expectations and perceptions of the revolutionary process on their experiences in society and in the workplace, not on ideology or effective political mobilization. Scholars and students of the Soviet Union will find in this lucid analysis a wealth of material that provides a compelling new answer to the much-debated question: To what degree and for what reasons did industrial workers support the Russian Revolution?