Russia 1917: Factory committees
and the development of
socialist consciousness
10:00AM SUNDAY 20 AUGUST
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The Russian Revolution's greatest strength was the mass involvement of millions of workers in economic and political organiastions at the point of production. This session will explore the development of factory committees throughout 1917, focusing in particular on the contradictory and uneven processes that led different sections of workers to become conscious of their power and their role in making history.

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