Workers' Control and Centralization in the Russian Revolution: The Textile Industry of the Central Industrial Region, 1917-1920,

William Husband


In this schema, the politicization of workers' control in the second half of 1917 resulted not from elemental radicalism but from the workers' experience both in society and at the workplace. Scholars instrumental In developing this explana~ion have paid special attention to the events of 1917-1918 and to the activities of the highly skilled Petrograd metal-workers,3 although they have by no means ignored the less active and less politically conscious unskilled workers.

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