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Georgian social democracy was part of the Russian social democracy from which Bolshevism and Menshevism emerged. But innovative theoretical programs and tactics led Georgian social democracy down an independent path 겟 아웃 한글 자막. The powerful Georgian organization united all native classes behind it, and it set a remarkable precedent for many of the anti-colonial nationalist movements of the twentieth century .net framework 4.6 다운로드. At the same time, Georgian social democracy was committed to a “European” path, a “third way” that attempted to combine grassroots democracy, private manufacturing, and private land ownership with socialist ideology 링크티비.
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Jones, S. F. (2005). Socialism in Georgian colors: The European Road to Social Democracy, 1883-1917. Harvard University Press 다운로드.
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