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48–56. Articles Published in the Newspaper Pravda in June–August 1919

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This chapter presents Preobrazhensky's articles 48 to 56 Published in the Newspaper Pravda at the Beginning of June 1919. It compares the communes of Eletsk district with soviet-estates. Comrade Tolmachev was known and loved by all conscious workers of the Urals. Recalled from the Urals front by the Central Committee of the Party, Tolmachev was moved to Petrograd and perished while defending the city of world proletarian revolution. The chapter provides few facts and considerations in opposing the existing system of management of soviet-farms. It clarify the causes of the protracted Civil war, and then pose and attempt to give a completely objective answer to the question of how long the opposing sides in the struggle are physically and materially capable of continuing the War. We must adopt the goal of creating steadfast army-personnel in the Red Army, and not entrust the matter exclusively to the spontaneity of civil war.

Keywords:Comrade Tolmachev; Pravda; Preobrazhensky; Red Army; soviet-estates



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