Aleksandr Martynov (politician)
Alexandr Martynov (Alexandr Martinov; also, Aleksandr Samoilovich Pikker;[note 1]) (1865 – 1935) was a Menshevik before the Russian revolutions of 1917, and for a few years after the revolution a critic of the Soviet government's theory of permanent revolution (1923).[note 2]
In 1884, he was a member of The People’s Will. During 1901-2 Martinov was active on the journal of the Economist faction of the RSDLP, Rabocheye Dyelo, publishing articles strongly criticised by Lenin in What Is to Be Done?
- Class conflict
- proletariat, bourgeoisie, bourgeois democracy, socialist mode of production
- Vladimir Lenin
- Lenin's atheism, One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
- Collectivization in the Soviet Union
- Sotsial'demokraticheskiia pobiedy i burzhuezno-demokraticheskie.[note 4] (pseud. [Aleksandr Samoilovich Pikker.]) 1904
- Передовые И Отсталые.[note 5] (pseud. [Aleksandr Samoilovich Pikker.]) 1905.
- Peredovye i otstalye.[note 6] (pseud. [Aleksandr Samoilovich Pikker.]) 1905.
- Мы И Они Лицом К Деревне.[note 7] (pseud. [Aleksandr Samoilovich Pikker.]) 1925