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Asia, July, 1918, p. 542.
Narrative and descriptive account of Petrograd when first
taken over by the Bolsheviki, and the capture of public utilities; the first Council meeting, etc.
Colcord, Lincoln. "Soviet Russia and the American Revolution." Dial, Dec. 28, 1918.
Draws.an analogy between the American, French and Russian
"Documents for Future Socialist History." Class Struggle,
May-June, 1918, pp. 358-362.
Text of three documents bearing on the dissolution of the Constituent Assembly: "The Rights of the Toiling and Exploited
People," read by Sverdlov, chairman of the Soviet Executive
Committee; "The Proclamation of the Bolsheviks," issued when
the Assembly refused to recognize the program of the Soviets,
and "The Manifesto Dissolving the Constitutional Assembly/'
stating the reasons for its dissolution.
Reed, John. "Kerensky Is Coming." Liberator, July, 1918,
Reed, John. "Red Russia—Kerensky." Liberator, April, 1918.
Reed, John. "The Triumph of the Bolsheviki." Liberator,
Three articles recounting the history of the early days of the
Soviet Republic, by an eye-witness.
Tobenson, Gertrude. "Story of a Commissar's Wife." Survey,
March 1, 1919, p. 768.
Account of conditions in Vladivostok in 1917; opposition to
Kerensky, life at Nikolskow, organization of Soviets after November Revolution, account of schools established and work done,
tribute to Far Eastern Republic.
Trotzky, L. "How We Made the October Revolution." N. Y.
Times Current History Magazine, Dec, 1919-Jan., 1920, Part
I, pp. 506-514; Part II, pp. 100-104.
Trachtenberg, A. "Two Years of the Russian Revolution."
Intercollegiate Socialist, April 1919, pp. 29-32.
A penetrating sketch of the early days of the revolution.