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14. ‘We Must Not Wait’, An Article Published in the Newspaper Ural’skii rabochii, 15 November 1917

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This chapter presents an article published in the newspaper Ural'skii rabochii, titled "We Must Not Wait." According to the speaker, the demand for bread is the most fundamental and pressing demand of the broad popular masses, and it is necessary to turn immediately to its implementation. Talking about the measures that must be taken without delay, the speaker appeals to the Urals and to all responsible members of factory- and works-committees, and of the soviets and of other workers' organisations, to take the most decisive and immediate measures in the matter of demobilising the Urals industry. According to him, in the localities, the Urals can lay down fire against the counter-revolution by putting out iron-products for the rural market.

Keywords:bread; counter-revolution; factory- and works-committees; iron-products; Ural'skii rabochii; Urals industry

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