The First Marxist Party’s Birth of Russia

Leigang ZHANG

Abstract


Russia in the 19th century is an age of change in which political and economic reform, burst of democracy thought, spread of revolutionary action has become the theme of The Times. At this time, the Russian society is full of all sorts of ideological trend, especially the radical Populism. The Marxism as a kind of” import “has experienced a process of taking root in Russia. Russian intellectuals in this process are also experiencing an ideological test, most people finally chose Marxism, and they believe that Marxism can lead the Russian people to a new historical beginning. By the lead of them, having the common guiding ideology of Marxism, many labour organizations work together to promote the establishment of the Russian social democratic labor party (RSDLP).


Keywords


Russia; Marxism; Social Democratic Movement

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7379

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