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Bu·kha·rin

 (bo͞o-kär′ĭn, -KHär′-), Nikolai Ivanovich 1888-1938.
Bolshevik revolutionary and Soviet politician who advocated gradual agricultural collectivization. He was executed for treason after the last of the Moscow "show trials" of the 1930s.

Bukharin

(Russian buˈxarin)
n
(Biography) Nikolai Ivanovich (nikaˈlaj iˈvanəvitʃ). 1888–1938, Soviet Bolshevik leader: executed in one of Stalin's purges

Bu•kha•rin

(buˈxɑr ɪn)

n.
Nikolai Ivanovich, 1888–1938, Russian editor, writer, and Communist leader.
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Noun1.Bukharin - Bolshevik leader in Russia who advocated gradual collectivism of the farms; was executed in a purge by Stalin (1888-1938)
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For more than a decade after the Bolshevik Revolution, Bukharin tried to reconcile his academic understanding of "the dictatorship of proletariat" with its real-world implementation.
It emphasized the role of Lenin's April Theses in laying out the Bolshevik revolutionary strategy and his own role in preventing unfaithful party leaders (Trotsky, Nikolai Bukharin, and many others) from sabotaging the socialist revolution.
He did this by destroying the so-called right deviationists led by his former friend Nikolai Bukharin, who had voiced doubts about the frantic pace of collectivization demanded by Stalin.
What are the Marxists works you have studied: Aside from works by Marx himself, I have read the work of Plekhanov, Bukharin, etc.
In doing so, he had had to overcome the opposition of Bukharin, Preobrazhensky, Zinoviev and Kamenev, with the backing--at least from the issuing of Lenin's April Theses on--of Stalin.
On 28 November 1566, Ivan issued a charter to Beloozero urban administrator (gorodovoi prikazchik) Matvei Grigor'ev syn Bukharin, who collected taxes from a hamlet that the Kirillo-Beloozero Monastery had received in exchange for a property taken into the oprichnina.
Bukharin (1933) explicitly states that theory and practice are steps in the joint process of 'the reproduction of social life' and in his seminal contribution to the 2nd International Congress of History of Science in London (1931) he asserts that the outcome of practice as a process is 'action' and the outcome of theory as a process is 'cognition' (Skordoulis, 2015).
Under Stalin, even if, like the doomed Nikolai Bukharin, you had a hinterland and some humane instincts, there was no relenting: your family were the "cogs in the machine" that ensured you kept working.
Bukharin was an old Bolshevik, who had joined the Party before the 1917 revolution.
20) Without entering into historical considerations, I think that it is important to remember that Bukharin was an eminent member of the soviet party and that he was considered, after 1924, the leader of the right wing and that he died, in 1938, accused of being an agent of imperialism.
Near the end, a recitation of the names of different avatars of Vishnu (from the more standard Rama and Krishna to Mohini, the only female one) seamlessly extends to include appelations of Communist thinkers and leaders from around the world (Vietnamese general Vo Nguyen Giap; Bolshevik rebels Nikolai Bukharin, Leon Trotsky, and Lev Kamenev; Romanian Communist Nicolae Ceaugescu), aligning ideas of cosmic rebirth and political revolution.
Lenin's death amid the ballooning of a bureaucratic state and party apparatus, a temporary alliance of Comintern chieftain Gregory Zinoviev with Stalin against Trotsky, then an alliance of Stalin and Nikolai Bukharin against Zinoviev and Trotsky, and finally Stalin's triumphant rupture with Bukharin--all were reflected within the Comintern and had an impact on developments within US Communism.