Third Russian Revolution
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Third Russian Revolution may refer to one of the following events.
- Left-wing uprisings against the Bolsheviks, in the terminology of anarchists.
- Perestroika and dissolution of the Soviet Union.
- The October Revolution was occasionally called "Third Russian Revolution" during its times, including by Lenin himself.
- Anarchy. 7. Anarchy Magazine. 1967. p. 60.
- Latey, Maurice (1987). Gorbachev: the third Russian revolution. Common Cause Publications. ISBN 978-0-906587-02-7.
- Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 126. American Academy of Political and Social Science. 1926. p. 108.
- Suny, Ronald Grigor; Adams, Arthur E (1990). The Russian revolution and Bolshevik victory: visions and revisions. D.C. Heath. pp. 29, 74, 176. ISBN 978-0-669-20877-1.
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