HARVARD SERIES IN UKRAINIAN STUDIES
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Socialism in Galicia

The Emergence of Polish Social Democracy and Ukrainian Radicalism

  • Preface
  • Introduction
    • Galicia: Poles and Ukrainians
    • Galician Autonomy
  • 1. Polish Artisans, 1860–1877
    • The Dissolution of the Guilds and the Emergence of Voluntary Artisan Associations
    • Democrats, Demonstrations and the Politicization of Lviv’s Artisans
    • Democrats and Craftsmen
    • Radicalization
  • 2. Ukrainian Politics, 1860–1878
    • Russophilism and Ukrainophilism (National Populism)
    • Drahomanov and Galician Politics
    • Three Epistles to the Galicians
    • A Fanatic and a Poet: The Younger Generation
    • Arrests and Trials
  • 3. Polish Socialism in Lviv and Cracow
    • In Defense of the Journeymen
    • Grappling with Theory
    • The Socialist Conspiracy in Cracow
    • A Conspiratorial Experiment in Lviv
  • 4. Ukrainian Socialism
    • The Dilemma of Ukrainian Socialism
    • Boryslav
    • Franko and the Agrarian Question
    • Social Conflict in the Awakening Village
    • Radical Agitation in the Countryside
  • 5. The Formation of Political Parties
    • Strikes and Assemblies
    • Student Radicalism in the 1880s
    • The Founding of Parties
    • The Parties and the Masses
  • Conclusions
  • Notes
  • Select Bibliography
  • Index

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