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Grigory Aleksinsky

Grigory Alekseyevich Aleksinsky (1879 - 1967) was a prominent Russia Social Democrat and Bolshevik who was elected to the Second Duma in 1907.

Born to Middle class parents in Yedinstvo group, and following 1905 he was part of the tendency.[1]

He subsequently became active with Vpered, on whose editorial board he served. However he was critical of Alexander Bogdanov's concept of proletarian culture.[2]

Publications

  • Modern Russia (1913)
  • Russia and the great war (1915)
  • Russia and Europe (1917)

External References

  • Guide to Grigorii Aleksinskii papers, 1895-1913 at Houghton Library, Harvard University

References

  1. ^ Glossary of People at Marxists.org accessed 18 October 2011
  2. ^ Biggart, John (1989), Alexander Bogdanov, Left-Bolshevism and the Proletkult 1904 - 1932, University of East Anglia, p. 150 
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