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by Richard Pipes

  • ISBN: 0674845951
  • Category: Biographies
  • Author: Richard Pipes
  • Subcategory: Historical
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harvard University Press (January 1, 1970)
  • Pages: 429 pages
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In writing about Struve, Richard Pipes turns biography into history. He lays bare the split soul of the Russian intellectuals-their irresponsibility, unwillingness to compromise, intolerance

In writing about Struve, Richard Pipes turns biography into history. He lays bare the split soul of the Russian intellectuals-their irresponsibility, unwillingness to compromise, intolerance. Struve, the liberal turned conservative, preached to his countrymen physical and spiritual freedom based on law. He was a Westerner in his championing of social reform, legality, private property, and a vigorous state and foreign policy

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Struve, Liberal on the Left, 1870-1905 by Richard Pipes

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More than anyone else in his time, Struve was the master of history, journalism, economics, international relations, and practical politics. A scholar and activist, he helped found the Marxist movement in Russia, initiated Marxist Revisionism there, and launched Lenin's career, and he was the theoretician and a cofounder of the Constitutional Democratic Party.

In writing about Struve, Richard Pipes turns biography into history. He lays bare the split soul of the Russian intellectuals--their irresponsibility, unwillingness to compromise, intolerance. Struve, the liberal turned conservative, preached to his countrymen physical and spiritual freedom based on law. He was a Westerner in his championing of social reform, legality, private property, and a vigorous state and foreign policy. This long and rich tradition of liberal-conservatism is recounted against the background of a "monstrous growth of political claims on the individual that caused intellectual and moral independence increasingly to be punished with ostracism, confinement, exile, and death."



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