Nestor Makhno, the great Ukranian anarchist peasant rebel, escaped
over the border to Romania in August 1921. He would never return,
but the struggle between Makhnovists and Bolsheviks carried on
until the mid-1920s. In the cities, too, underground anarchist
networks kept alive the idea of stateless socialism and opposition
to the party state. New research printed here shows the extent of
anarchist opposition to Bolshevik rule in the Ukraine in the 1920s
and 1930s. Includes two short piecesa aThe Anarchist Underground in
the Ukraine in the 1920s and 1930s: Ourlines of History,a by
Anatoly V. Dubovik, and aThe Story of a Leaflet and the Fate of the
Anarchist Varshavskiya by D.I. Rublyov.
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