Flashcards in 3. Populists Deck (22)
What did the populists believe?
Future lays in the hands of peasants
Who believed that the future lies with the peasants?
What was a nickname for the populists?
Who were the Narondiks?
Characterise the Populists
When did the Populists form?
What did the Populisst argue?
Cooperative workshops which would provide a base for the Russian economy Without restoring communism
What was the position of the Populists in 1894?
Not pose as much as a threat
Failed to mobilise large scale support
Who were the members of the Populist party?
Young Intelligentsia, who thought they could convince the way Russia was ruled
Did the young intelligentsia fulfil their aim of convincing the peasants?
As peasants didn’t materialise
What emerged in the early 20th century?
Populist movement from the socialists revolutionaries
When was the Populists movement from the Social Revolutionaries?
Early 20th century
Why was the Populist movement in the Socialist revolutionaries important?
Mark the shift in an attempt to represent the interests of people in the new urban areas of Russia
How are the leaders drawn up?
Lead is drawn up from the middle and upper-class
What was the goal of the populist party
How did the Populists use terrorism?
The propaganda of the deed
Who did the Populists assassinate
What did Populism inspire?
Other thinkers and groups
What did the populists do to the peasants?
Moved from university to country side to educates the peasants on revolution
Why policy did the populists use with the peasants?
“Going to the people policy”
What did the populists do after 1879?
The people’s will