A Radical Critic Of The Russian Intelligensia And Socialism
It took Mama and Galya two weeks to walk to Kiev [in 1919]. They deliberately dressed to look like beggars; in actual fact, this is what they were. Galya went without glasses, and walked holding on to Mama's shoulder, like a blind woman. No one would have believed them to be poor if Galya had worn her glasses. Everyone treated people in glasses suspiciously in those violent times. They thought them cunning enemies, and hated them bitterly. It is amazing that this distrust of people wearing glasses has persisted up to the present time.
The Story of a Life
PREFACE CHAPTER 1-Poland and Siberia CHAPTER 2-The "New Class" CHAPTER 3-The Intelligentsia and Socialism CHAPTER 4-The "Socialization of Knowledge" CHAPTER 5 The "Workers' Conspiracy" and the Russian Revolutionary Movement
CHAPTER 6-Cracow-Paris-Moscow CHAPTER 7-Makhaevism After Machajski APPENDIX-Machajski's May Day Appeal of 1902
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