Definition of Bukharin
1. Noun. Bolshevik leader in Russia who advocated gradual collectivism of the farms; was executed in a purge by Stalin (1888-1938).
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Literary usage of Bukharin
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1. The Economics of Communism: With Special Reference to Russia's Experiment by Leo Pasvolsky (1921)
"Bukharin con- i aiders that the word "crisis" which is used widely to ... The answer to these questions Bukharin finds in the "structure of the world ..."
2. Sovietism: The ABC of Russian Bolshevism--according to the Bolshevists by William English Walling (1920)
"Bukharin is the Vice-Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Third ... Bukharin is also editor of the Moscow Pravda, which is an official organ of the ..."
3. The Cause of World Unrest by H. A. Gwynne (1920)
"Bukharin called the interrupter a blackguard who does not wish to realize the interests of proletarian Russia. "If Miliukov would consent to work with us we ..."
4. Soviet Russia by Friends of Soviet Russia, Soviet Union Russian Soviet Government Bureau (New York, N.Y.) (1920)
"Bukharin says: "In our country poverty, sickness and famine are the rule, ... Bukharin asks what it is that has produced this change of mind and gives the ..."
5. The 2nd Congress of the Communist International as Reported and Interpreted by United States Dept. of State (1920)
"By N. Bukharin. [Moscow Pravda, Aug. 3, 1920.] The international proletarian movement is more and more rapidly developing into a movement directed by ..."
6. Ten Days that Shook the World by John Reed (1919)
"As for the bourgeois press, here in Moscow there was no more bourgeois press; even the City Duma had been dissolved.4 Bukharin stood up, savage, logical, ..."