Alexander Shliapnikov

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(1885 - 1937)

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About Alexander Shliapnikov

Alexander Gavrilovich Shliapnikov (Russian: Алекса́ндр Гаври́лович Шля́пников) (August 30, 1885 – September 2, 1937) was a Russian communist revolutionary, metalworker, and trade union leader. He is best remembered as a memoirist of the October Revolution of 1917 and as the leader of one of the primary opposition movements inside the Russian Communist Party during the 1920s.

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Note: Iurii Lutovinov presented these theses to the congress, as Shliapnikov was not in attendance.Translated: for marxists.org in 2004 by Barbara C. Allen;HTML Markup: by Andy Blunden. 1. The three-year experience of the Russian Revolution shows that the single force consciously fighting for the organization of society on communist foundations is the Proletariat. 2. The rural commodity producer, likewise the poor peasants and middle peasants, and also the urban artisan have supported the proletariat in its struggle against the landowner and the large capitalist, but since according to their position they are property owners their support has been found, and is found now in a state of constant fluctuation. Only the direct threat ... (From : Marxists.org.)
Source: “Tasks of Trade Unions.” Pravda January 25, 1921;Translated: for marxists.org in 2004 by Barbara C. Allen;HTML Markup: by Andy Blunden. General Tenets 1. The role and tasks of trade unions in the transitional period have been precisely and clearly defined by recommendations of the All-Russian congresses of trade unions. The first All-Russian congress of trade unions in January 1918 defined the tasks of trade unions thus: “the center of gravity of unions’ work at the present time must be in the area of economic organization. [Trade unions] must assume the main work of the organization of production and reformation of the undermined productive forces of the country.” The second congress in February ... (From : Marxists.org.)
“To Members of the International Conference of the Communist International” This is a translation of the appeal as it was printed in the stenographic report of the Eleventh Russian Communist Party Congress (Odinnadtsatyi s"ezd RKP(b), mart-aprel’ 1922 goda: stenograficheskii otchet, Moscow, 1961, pp. 749-50). Translated by Barbara C. Allen.Copy to the CC RCP(b) Dear comrades! From our newspapers we have learned that the Executive Committee of the Communist International is discussing the “united workers’ front,” and we consider it our communist duty to inform you that in our country the “united front” is in bad shape not only in the broad sense of this term, but even in its application tow... (From : Marxists.org.)

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August 30, 1885 :
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September 02, 1937 :
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March 04, 2021 ; 6:03:41 PM (America/Los_Angeles) :
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