Howell, Chas E.
M.S. (Master of Science)
Department of Social Sciences
The sine qua non of a comprehension of a social movement is a comprehension of forces underlying its essence. This is an endeavor to indicate social forces, the resultant of which culminated in Bolshevik control of the Russian Government. It is not a detailed account of Russian history, nor aa endeavor to evaluate the whole area of Communist Ideology, though certain components of historical data and ideology will of necessity be described.
Kelly, Bernard James, "Certain sociological principles as illustrated in the Russian Revolution" (1954). Graduate Research Theses & Dissertations. 1710.
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