HARVARD SERIES IN UKRAINIAN STUDIES
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Communism and the Dilemmas of National Liberation

National Communism in Soviet Ukraine, 1918-1933

  • Preface
  • Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations
  • Note on Transliteration
  • Introduction
  • Part One: From Russian Colony to Soviet Republic
    • I. Nationalism and Socialism in Ukraine
    • II. The Road to National Communism
  • Part Two: Ukrainization and its Crisis
    • III. Oleksander Shumskyi and the Problem of Ukrainizing Soviet Ukraine
    • IV. Mykola Khvylovyi and the Dilemmas of Ukrainian Cultural Development
    • V. Mykhailo Volobuiev and the Problem of the Ukrainian Economy
  • Part Three: Soviet Ukraine Under Skrypnyk
    • VI. Mykola Skrypnyk and Ukrainian Communism
    • VII. Matvii Iavorskyi and the Vicissitudes of Interpreting the Past
    • VIII. The Suppression of Ukrainian National Communism
  • Conclusion
  • Bibliography

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