Introduction: From Lenin’s Overcoat? The Global Impact of the Russian Revolution Part One: The Global Legacy of the Russian Revolution? A Forum 1. The Global Legacy of the Russian Revolution: A Comparative Perspective 2. The Global Legacy of the Russian Revolution: A Response to Steven G. Marks 3. The On-going Legacy of February: A Response to Steven G. Marks 4. Centennial Thoughts on an Exhausted (?) Revolution, Part Two: Case Studies of The Global Impact of the Russian Revolution 5. Anarcho-Syndicalism and the Russian Revolution: Towards a Political Explanation of a Fleeting Romance, 1917–22 6. ‘Glory to the Russian Maximalists!’ Reactions to the Russian Revolution in Argentina and Brazil, 1917–22 7. The Russian Revolution and the Emergence of Japanese Anticommunism 8. Youthful Internationalism in the Age of ‘Socialism in One Country’: Komsomol’tsy, Pioneers and ‘World Revolution’ in the Interwar Period Part Three: A Personal Perspective of the Global Impact of the Russian Revolution 9. Interview with S. A. Smith
Aaron Retish is Associate Professor of Russian History at Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA. He has published on the revolutionary period and on the peasantry, local courts, and prisons of modern Russia.
Matthew Rendle is Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Exeter, UK. He has published on various aspects of the revolutionary period in Russian history and is the author of The State versus the People: Revolutionary Justice in Russia’s Civil War, 1917-22 (2020).