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Adventure it was, and one of the most marvellous mankind ever embarked upon, sweeping into history at the head of the toiling masses, and staking everything on their vast and simple desires. Already the machinery had been set up by which the land of the great estates could be distributed among the peasants.
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John Reed
Ten Days That Shook the World
 
John Reed
 
The first-person chronicle of a lengendary journalist at the flashpoint of the Russian Revolution, whence he delivers one of the great stories of the twentieth century.
 
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CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record    Introduction    Preface    Notes and Explanations
NEW YORK: BONI & LIVERIGHT, 1922
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000
 
 
  1. Background
  2. The Coming Storm
  3. On the Eve
  4. The Fall of the Provisional Government
  5. Plunging Ahead
  6. The Committee for Salvation
  7. The Revolutionary Front
  8. Counter-Revolution
  9. Victory
  10. Moscow
  11. The Conquest of Power
  12. The Peasants’ Congress


 
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