Such is the task of the heavy hammer—it shatters glass and forges steel
France’s second revolutionary sequel was a failure. But it looks better than its successors.
How an alluring radical nihilism seduces believers into forms of extremism
Second in a series on the anarchists and the Jews, civil war in the garment center
First in a series on the anarchists and the Jews: two uniquely Jewish contributions to American life and the global struggle for worker’s rights
What would have happened if the Mensheviks had come to power in Russia, instead of the Bolsheviks, 100 years ago? America gives us a clue.
Introducing the dashing, Rothschild-esque Atticus Aldridge
Joshua Rubenstein’s new biography obscures the Russian revolutionary’s violent extremism while overemphasizing his Jewishness
Family recipes traveled from the remote Russian region to Japan, California, and finally Providence, R.I., carrying delicious tastes of the Old Country, including an unusual Passover treat
A new biography tries to extinguish the myth of the kinder, gentler Trotsky
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