The Russian Revolution gives us a glimpse of the highest forms of working class self-rule. Women played a central part of this, ranging from strike leaders in the city centers to rural organizers collectivizing domestic work. Come here the stories of these women, their role in educating and organizing workers in the years leading up to 1917, the debates around women's oppression that took place internationally and the role of women's resistance in achieving a socialist society.
Midwives Of Revolution: Female Bolsheviks & Women Workers In 1917 by Jane Mcdermid (Author), Anna Hillyar (Contributor) | http://amzn.to/2aGyLnz
Alexandra Kollontai: A Biography by Cathy Porter | http://bit.ly/2b4mjDG