Bread and Authority in Russia, 1914-1921

  Note on the Translation of Key Russian Terms

  Introduction:  A Time of Troubles
 collapse section1  Beginning of Troubled Times
 Supplying the Army: Embargoes and Requisitions
 Overcoming Dualism: Price Regulation
 The Battle Over Prices
 collapse section2  The Two Solutions
 Challenges to the Enlistment Solution
 The Rittikh Razverstka
 collapse section3  The Crisis of 1917: Bread
 The Wager on the Monopoly
 Popular Self-Protection
 collapse section4  The Crisis of 1917: Authority
 An Unreconstituted Political Class
 Unsown Land: a Case Study
 A Reconstituted Political Class?
 collapse section5  The Elemental Whirlpool
 The Fixed Prices Come Unstuck
 Rethinking the Monopoly
 The Problem of Authority
 Bread and Authority in the Localities
 The Food-Supply Dictatorship
 collapse section6  The Food-Supply Dictatorship: A Rhetorical Analysis
 Divisions Among the Peasantry
 State capitalism and lass War
 The Partisan Challenge
 Critique of the Food-Supply Dictatorship
 collapse section7  Retreat to the Razverstka
 Relations with the Peasantry
 From Monopoly to Razverstka
 Real Force
 A New Political Formula
 The Two Solutions
 collapse section8  Leaving Troubled Times
 From Class War to State Obligation
 Creating a Serviceable Apparatus
 Decriminalizing Free Trade: Overcoming the Fear of Chaos
 collapse section9  Reflections on a Time of Troubles
 Breakdown and Reconstitution: Bread
 Breakdown and Reconstitution: Authority
 Role of the Razverstka
 Revolution in a Time of Troubles

 collapse sectionBibliography
 1. Archival Sources
 2. Congresses and Conferences
 3. Food-supply periodicals
 4. Books and Articles
 collapse sectionIndex

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